By Bryce Covert on September 20, 2013
The continuing resolution passed by House Republicans keeps sequestration in place for next year.
Sequestration has meant that inspectors general have reduced staff, imposed furloughs, and cut back on operations.
By Bryce Covert on September 19, 2013
Sequestration will mean fewer students who are low-income, first-generation, or disabled will get the support they need to graduate college.
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By Bryce Covert on September 12, 2013
States have focused on cutting spending to deal with budget problems rather than revenue increases.
By Bryce Covert on September 11, 2013
Sequestration showed up in disappointingly low income growth and will get worse as the cuts continue.
By Bryce Covert on September 9, 2013
Sequestration has meant eliminating or delaying reports that companies and the economy rely on.
By Bryce Covert on September 5, 2013
Benefit checks will be drastically reduced amid stubbornly high unemployment.
By Bryce Covert on August 30, 2013
Science research is experiencing a huge impact from sequestration and past budget cuts.
By Aviva Shen on August 30, 2013
Mandatory federal furloughs and salary cuts made consumers cut back in July.
By Aviva Shen on August 28, 2013
Last year, virtually every teacher in America spent an average of $485 on school supplies like books, furniture, printer ink, and copy paper.