Supporters of averting or undoing future widespread, automatic sequestration budget cuts are hoping the U.S. government shutdown and looming debt ceiling crisis may allow them to advance their aims. Critics of sequestration—the annual budget recissions mandated under the 2011 Budget Control Act (BCA)—started mobilizing over the weekend when it became clear that tea party demands over so-called Obamacare were losing momentum, and an earlier Senate Democratic agreement to temporarily open ...
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