COLUMBUS, Ind. — A group of agencies from across Indiana that provides meals for seniors learned last week that it might be June before they know the exact amount of cuts to expect from reductions to help balance the federal budget.
Aging & Community Services of South Central Indiana, which serves between 10,000 and 12,000 meals each month to seniors and disabled residents in a five-county region, already was bracing for an anticipated 10 percent cut because of the sequester talks in Washington.
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