The federal spending cuts that went into effect Friday will cost area workforce boards at least $1.1 million, officials said Friday, a loss that will force them to curb certain programs and possibly lay off some workers.
Officials at the workforce boards for Travis County and for a nine-county area that surrounds it said they will lose portions of their funding for child-care and job- and life-skills training programs for low-income workers and youth.
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