The White House said its numbers cover only cuts from March to September; whether states could move money around depends on individual budgets and programs.
The reductions in Pennsylvania would include:
— furlough of about 26,000 civilian military employees;
— about $26.4 million for primary and secondary education;
— about $21.4 million to educate children with disabilities;
— more than $2.9 million for substance abuse programs; and
— more than $1.2 million to respond to public health threats.
Gov. Tom Corbett's administration has said the cuts would total about $240 million for Pennsylvania, and no state money would be used to replace them.