Sequestration Other Resources

Other Resources on Sequestration’s Repercussions*

Center for American Progress. "10 Ways the Sequester Will Expose Americans to Greater Health Risks and Other Perils." Accessed on 2-22-2013.

ASTHO. “Potential Impact of Sequestration on Public Health.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

ASTHO. “State Health Departments Race to Respond to Meningitis Outbreak Despite Budget Cuts and Looming Sequester.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

Sen. Tom Harkin, Chairman, Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies. “Under Threat: Sequestration’s Impact on Nondefense Jobs and Services.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

Office of Management and Budget. “OMB Report Pursuant to the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012 (P. L. 112–155).” Accessed on 11-19-2012.

Bipartisan Policy Center. “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Sequester.” Accessed on 11-19-2012.

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. “Congress Has Cut Discretionary Funding By $1.5 Trillion Over Ten Years.” Accessed on 11-19-2012.

Stephen S. Fuller, Ph.D., Director, Center of Regional Analysis, George Mason University, Richmond, Va. “The Economic Impact of the Budget Control Act of 2011 on DOD & non-DOD Agencies.” Accessed on 11-19-2012.

The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP). “Update on Sequestration, Appropriations, and August Advocacy Opportunities.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

AMCHP. “Sequestration: Impact on Women, Infants, Children and Families.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD). “The Impact of Budget Sequestration on Federal Funding for State HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis Programs in FY2013.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

NASTAD, the Foundation for AIDS Research (amFAR), and National Minority AIDS Council. “Sequestration Will Cut $659 Million from Domestic HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis Programs.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

Coalition for Health Funding. Letter to Congress. Accessed on 11-07-2012.

National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). “Cuts have Consequences.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

Research!America. “Sequestration: Health Research at the Breaking Point.” Accessed on 11-07-2012.

* Inclusion on list does not mean endorsement of all views presented in documents.


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