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Lawmakers Try To Save Science Funding Amid Rush To Restore Defense Spending
The Crisis in Medical Research Portends a Tsunami of Disease
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Nothing is more damaging to research than funding instability. The universities and many research laboratories -- including those run by the government -- operate like concertinas. They expand and contract according the whim of Congress.
The Scientific Research Community Is Still Freaking Out About Sequestration
Sequestration Takes Bite Out Of Meals On Wheels
Federal funding for senior nutrition has been reduced by budget cuts known as sequestration, meaning less food for old people here and elsewhere.
NIH Budget Leaves One Young Scientist 'Bitter And Cynical' Of A World He 'Wanted To Help'
Advocates Search For Next Steps After Budget Falls Short On Medical Research
The Budget Deal Came Out And The Scientific Research Community Isn't Thrilled
Study: America Losing Its Global Dominance In Science
Top Docs Ramp Up Lobbying Campaign To End Sequestration
Budget Negotiations Prove That S**t Gets Complicated The Closer A Deal Gets
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The Current Budget Negotiations May Actually Result In A Deal
Military Kids at Higher Risk of Suicidal Thoughts
Ron Avi Astor
Stein-Wood Professor of School Behavioral Health in the School...
After more than a decade of living with the separations and uncertainties endemic to military life, many children from military families are paying the emotional and psychological costs.
Fix The Sequester Or Budget Deal Means Nothing, Obama Allies Say
House Republicans Warn About The Next Round Of Sequestration
White House Tours To Resume After Shutdown
WASHINGTON – White House tours will resume in early November, a White House official confirmed Friday to The Huffington Post.
White House Tours To Resume In November
Sequesters, Shutdowns and Defaults
Director, American Monetary Institute
Congress squabbles but the present system just can't relieve or solve the problem --
because the debt money system itself
is the problem!
Business As Usual: A Tale of Two Sectors
President & CEO, National Council of Nonprofits
As the clock ticks down towards the latest two federal fiscal crises manufactured by politicians, charitable nonprofits prepare for business as usual: doing even more to serve the American people.
Nearly 20% Of Scientists Contemplate Moving Overseas Due To Sequestration
More than 3,700 scientists from all 50 states participated in the study, offering online responses in June and July 2013. They offered sobering assessments of the state of their profession.
Sequestration Has Nearly 20 Percent of Scientists Contemplating Moving Overseas
NIH Director On Sequestration: 'God Help Us If We Get A Worldwide Pandemic'
Roughly six months into sequestration, the situation is worse than predicted. Internal NIH estimates show that it will end up cutting more than the 700 research grants the institutes initially planned to sacrifice in the name of austerity.
NIH Director On Sequestration: Lives Are On The Line
Key Federal Services Get Hit While Big Oil Sucks Down Tax Subsidies. What's Up With That?
Sequestration Levels A $4 Million Blow To Iconic Medical Research Institution
Stop Mortgaging Our Kids' Futures!
National Council of La Raza
The largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy organiza...
Continuing sequester-level funding is tantamount to mortgaging our future. It's counterproductive and it ignores the needs of our students.
Sequestration Forces Cuts For Federal Court Appointed Lawyers
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