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Sequestration - Definition in the Federal Budget
Sequestration is a term used to describe the practice of using mandatory spending cuts in the federal budget if the cost of running the government exceeds either ...
Sequestration - US Economy - About.com
Sequestration cut FY 2013 spending by $85.5 billion, and $109.3 billion in in each year from FY 2014 -FY 2012. It cuts spending in Mandatory programs, like ...
Whose Idea Was Sequestration? - US Politics - About.com
"The Bush tax cuts expire as of 1/1/2013, the same date that the spending sequester would go into effect. These two events together will force balanced deficit ...
Is the Tea Party Really Committed to Cutting Spending?
When asked about spending cuts, most Tea Party members will offer an answer that sounds absolutely preposterous to liberals and anyone else who values the  ...
What Is the Fiscal Cliff? - Bonds - About.com
At the same time, the spending cuts agreed upon as part of the debt ceiling deal of 2011 - a total of $1.2 trillion over ten years - were scheduled to go into effect.
US Military Budget: Components, Challenges, Growth - US Economy
Defense spending would have been reduced by $487 billion in ten years if sequestration had continued. However, many Congressmen said the cuts would  ...
US Federal Government Budget FY 2013 Summary - US Economy
It assumed sequestration was repealed, and suggested the President's spending cuts. A review of this budget gives you an idea of the President's priorities, ...
Supply-side Economics: Definition and Does It Work - US Economy
He argued that the effect of tax cuts on the federal budget are immediate, and on a 1-for-1 basis-- for every dollar cut, government spending (and its stimulative ...
List of Sequesters - In History - US Politics - About.com
9, 2990, and forced spending cuts of $191 million. But it was rescinded on April 10,1991. The second sequester took effect on April 25, 1991, and forced cuts of ...
Discretionary Fiscal Policy - US Economy - About.com
Contractionary fiscal policy is when the government cuts spending or raises taxes , slowing economic growth. That means fewer contracts going to government ...
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