Sequester Watch, #29

November 4th, 2013 at 6:46 pm

Sequestration continues to whack budgets, programs, and communities across the land.  The longer these cuts persist, the more they become the “new normal,” i.e., an accepted and expected component of future budgets/CRs.  It’s good to hear that the White House recognizes this danger and would like to see sequestration replaced.  But that will take compromise, and that’s something you see very little of these days.

Another year of sequestration would delay NASA missions
October 29
By Ledyard King
USA Today

Ky. Voices: Sequester cuts endangering our public health
October 31
By Margaret McGladrey, Glen P. Mays and Stephen W. Wyatt

Sequester cuts could hit grants
October 31, 2013
By Meghan Holden
Minnesota Daily

Defense industry tells Congress: Sequestration is costing jobs and endangering national security
November 1, 2013
By Leada Gore

Austerity deals harsh blow to already stricken land
November 1, 2013
By Suzy Khimm

Q & A with national reporter Suzy Khimm on sequestration
November 1, 2013
By Colin Jones

Sequestration Reneges On The Country’s Contract With Native Americans
November 1, 2013
By Bobby Kogan

The Sequester Might Actually Increase the Deficit
November 1, 2013
By Sean McElwee
Huffington Post

Sequester took a big bite out of local tourism, Vrba says
November 2, 103
Mid-Hudson News (New York)

Government sequester limits University research opportunities
November 4, 2013
By Zach Kram
Student Life (Washington University in St. Louis)

Shutdown, Sequester Hit Workforce Programs
November 4, 2013
By Neil Ridley

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