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But with a historic cut in federal spending set to begin Friday, port director Bill Johnson must contemplate how to keep the place running with less help from Washington. I don't want to have a bunch of rotten tomatoes,Johnson said Tuesday...This
Sequestration and its Impact on California NBC 11 Tuesday 26th February, 2013 Sequestration, a series of automatic budget cuts that would shrink federal spending in areas as varied as the armed services and medical research, takes effect March 1
Since we have a representative form of government, it would be perfectly logical to concentrate the sequestration cuts on those House members' home districts. The cuts will convince their constituents that their representatives are able to do what
Warren/Associated Press The budget cuts scheduled to start taking effect on Friday would affect all facets of the federal budget, including aviation and military spending. The federal government, the nation's largest consumer and investor, is cutting
The Washington Post The U.S. economy won't collapse when the automatic spending cuts start hitting after Friday's deadline. A few economists even say the sequester and its indiscriminate whack at the budget could eventually help the economy grow
Cuts to Global Health Budget Mass-scale Malpractice The impact of the budget cuts would be felt in communities around the world almost immediately. Public health workers, activists and policymakers are stepping up a last-minute campaign to highlight
Edward Rothstein, commander of Fort Meade. "It really does become very personal." Military officials stressed Tuesday that they are still reviewing how to juggle their own budgets if Congress and the Obama administration allow the $85 billion in cuts
Rep. Mike Pompeo and White House Press secretary Jay Carney swapped words Tuesday over the impending sequestration cuts. Carney, speaking during a press briefing, mentioned Pompeo when talking about whether the cuts could still be prevented: Well, we'
Are you afraid of zombie politics, where manufactured fiscal crisis after crisis cannot seem to be killed off? The latest financial mess a monster known as "The Sequester" suggests that a self-inflicted financial wound will sink the U.S. economy...
Congress had a plan to force itself to find a compromise on the nation's spending. It was a relatively simple if-then clause: If they didn't reach an agreement on the nation's spending by a certain date, then the law would require that $85 billion in