Friday, March 01, 2013


This is from the Arizona Republic, the big Phoenix paper:
  • Arizona jobless could see compensation reduced More than 20,000 Arizonans, already jobless for months, will see their unemployment checks shrink if mandatory federal spending cuts take effect.
  • Cuts to Arizona parks staff, hours would coincide with busy season Arizona national parks will reduce visitor-center hours, seasonal staff and maintenance in order to keep operating if Congress fails to prevent budget reductions scheduled to take effect today. The cuts, and uncertainty over future budgets, come as many parks are planning for the busy summer season.
  • Arizona transportation, flights would bear brunt Forced cuts in federal spending won’t have a catastrophic effect on Arizona’s transportation system, but they will be felt, especially at airports and border crossings.
  • Arizona project grants in danger The across-the-board $85 billion federal budget cuts could spell trouble for Arizona scientists, medical labs and student researchers who are exploring cures for cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Obama schemes according to Black.