An Exercise in Inefficiency: Sequestration/Threat of Sequestration

This is a collection of recent news articles on sequestration. For the most part, the articles concern NIH funding, although a few discuss all federal agencies. An earlier post links to a agency-by-agency cuts as well as UM-specific information.

Sequestration cuts no longer the ‘bad policy’ bogeyman for Congress
Jeremy Herb | The Hill
January 29, 2013
This news source focuses on Congress and the Federal government. It concludes “With the sequestration deadline a little over four weeks away, there appears to be little momentum in Congress or the White House to stop the cuts.”

Threats of automatic cuts costly to federal agencies
Lisa Rein |Washington Post
January 27, 2013

Paul Ryan Insists Republicans are ready to let the Sequester Happen
Suzy Khimm | Wonk Blog (Washington Post)
January 27, 2013

Ryan: No Sequestration had Romney and I Won
Pema Levy | Talking Points Memo
January 27, 2013

Sequestration means mass furloughs in April
Stephen Losey | Federal Times
January 25, 2013

NIH Director Francis Collins: Medical Research at Risk
Paige Winfield Cunningham | Politico
January 16, 2013

Sequestering Science
Michael D. Purugganan | Huffington Post
January 16, 2013

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