Military towns brace for Round Two of sequester
It's the sound of a lot of talk and little action, and Kent says it's hurting his business and others headquartered outside the gates of Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, N.C. "We took cuts across the company, not just at Fort Bragg," said Kent, president of K3 Enterprises, which provides technological services.
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