Here's how automatic cuts would hurt Washington
Sweeping, across-the-board federal budget cuts, set to take effect Friday, will force thousands of furloughs for civilian military employees in Washington state, the painful loss of $11.25 million for education of children with disabilities and cuts in national park budgets just as the National Park Service gets read for the summer visitor season.
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#1 Feb 26, 2013
i think the american working persson has paid thieir share of finacial loss trough paying higher taxes to help america so when is congresman going to take a pay cut to help there country the money they set aside out of the budget for their self could be usesd toward uppering the guide line for working family could get medicade i would gladly pay a resonable premium just to get help
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