February 13, 2018 / 12:44 AM / 7 months ago

Trump administration again calls for slashing U.S. Labor Dept budget

The Trump administration on Monday proposed deep spending cuts at the U.S. Labor Department for the second straight year, requesting a 21 percent budget reduction over current levels to $9.4 billion for fiscal year 2019.

The administration again called for slashing job training and placement programs, proposing a $1.2 billion reduction in training and employment service programs and a nearly $400 million cut from Job Corps programs for at-risk youth.

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