The $995 billion Sequester Cut Is Actually a $110 Billion Spending Increase

The sequester “cuts” are subtracted after increasing appropriations subject to the sequester at the rate of inflation and adding back in more than a trillion dollars (over ten years) of spending exempted from the sequester.

The $995 billion Sequester Cut Is Actually a $110 Billion Spending Increase – Forbes.

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February 21, 2013 · 6:30 am

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