Sequester Watch

May 6th, 2013 at 10:33 am

Our ongoing feature tracking the consequences of how this really bad idea of across-the-board budget cuts—except when they inconvenience frequent fliers—continues to play out in real time.

Meals On Wheels Sequestration Cuts Taking Effect
April 29, 2013
By Arthur Delaney
Huffington Post

Smithsonian to close some exhibit areas because of sequestration
April 29, 2013
By Lonnae O’Neal Parker
The Washington Post

The United States of Sequestration
April 30, 2013
By Tim Murphy
Mother Jones

Furlough Watch: Agency-by-Agency Impacts of Sequestration
May 1, 2013
Government Executive

Sequestration already biting Navy, Marines readiness
May 2, 2013
By Jared Serbu
Federal News Radio

Sequestration hits long-term unemployed
May 01, 2013
By Paul Merrion
Crain’s Chicago Business

Sequester takes its toll on Mall, park police and Smithsonian museums
May 2, 2013
By Lisa Rein
The Washington Post

U.S. Spending Cuts Seen as Key in Slowing Growth
May 2, 2013
The New York Times

White House Feels Sequestration Pain in Staff Furloughs
May 2, 2013
By Julianna Goldman
Bloomberg News
Sequester Impact On Medical Research Results In Cuts To Promising Projects
May 2, 2013
By Sam Stein
Huffington Post

Housing Authority employees furloughed due to sequestration
May 2, 2013
By Velma Scaife
ABC 13 News

Children Need to Fly Too: End Sequestration
May 3, 2013
Marian Wright Edelman
Huffington Post

Sequestration Cuts Taking Their Toll from Education, Services
May 3, 2013
By Rick Cohen
Nonprofit Quarterly

As sequestration begins, contractors report lowered profits
May 5, 2013
By Marjorie Censer
The Washington Post
Stories of Struggle and Creativity as Sequestration Cuts Hit Home
May 5, 2013
The New York Times



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