Daily Archives: January 30, 2013

The human toll, setbacks to science, and “the only thing worse than sequestration . . .”

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As looming spending cuts preoccupy the press, here’s a glimpse of impacts and how members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee are taking it, in an all-sequestration edition of What We’re Reading . . . US faces fresh financial shock: The recent pause at the edge of the fiscal cliff may have seemed to signal […]