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The Late Edition: March 4, 2013

March 4, 2013

A recap of the programs on the chopping block because of last Friday’s sequester, and the $1 trillion in spending cuts found by the Public Interest Research Group and NTU. Read the story in The Reporter.

Will the President forego some of the $83.4 billion he proposed in his State of the Union Speech as calculated by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation now that the sequester has begun to take affect? Unlikely, says Fox News.

Wondering which states are still declining to expand their Medicaid programs under Obamacare?  Check out the detailed chart below from the Kaiser Family Foundation showing where each states stands.



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