(UNDATED) - Nearly a dozen Indiana USDA offices will be closing their doors soon. The federal government is trying to save $150 million a year.
In all, nearly 260 facilities will be shut down nationwide.
Two Indianapolis offices are on the cut list, along with offices in Lafayette, Martinsville and Bloomington.
The USDA will try to move affected employees to other facilities.
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