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Continued: Cuts to Alzheimer's research show folly of sequestration

  • Article by: ALBERT R. HUNT , Bloomberg News
  • Last update: June 10, 2013 - 1:57 PM

Congress did act once to reverse the damage wrought by sequestration: It undid some cuts affecting aviation.

There was an emergency; members couldn’t be inconvenienced by flight delays or cancellations when getting back to their districts. They don’t seem as motivated to help prevent or slow the spread of a wrenching affliction that costs a fortune.


Albert R. Hunt is a Bloomberg View columnist.

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