| 12/09/13 01:46 PM
(www.washingtonpost.com) A closer look at why Republicans may actually agree to increase spending (somewhat) next year. The negotiators hashing out a budget deal in Congress right now have a fairly modest goal: They'd like...Read More...
| 12/02/13 11:08 AM
A lot has been said about the effects of the budget cuts known as sequestration on the courts and the U.S. Department of Justice. Hiring freezes, layoffs, furloughs and a drop off in mental health and substance abuse...Read More...
| 12/02/13 11:05 AM
When the first round of sequester-related budget cuts hit in March, agencies sought help from Congress, juggled funds and resorted to bookkeeping gimmicks to cushion the impact. Those options will be harder to come by if a...Read More...
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