A way too quiet sky over Annapolis. Jet engines should be screaming, but the sequester has grounded the Blue Angels annual appearance.
The FAA announced Friday it will shut down the air traffic control towers of five smaller Maryland airports because of the government’s forced budget cuts.
Automatic federal cuts are starting to be felt here in Baltimore. It’s all because Democrats and Republicans couldn’t compromise.
The National Archives is canceling reservations for late afternoon and evening tours due to automatic federal budget cuts taking effect.
Maryland’s schools, health care system and military bases all will take bit hits from mandatory federal spending cuts now in effect.
Maryland lawmakers now have a better picture of how the federal spending cuts signed by President Obama will affect Marylanders.
Severe spending cuts are now the law of the land and the battle has spilled into the weekly media messages from President Barack Obama and the Republicans, with both sides saying it’s the other’s fault.
Washington’s Metro transit system stands to lose $22 million over the next six months because of looming federal budget cuts.
The federal government is one day closer to budget cuts that will cost thousands of Maryland jobs.
Washington’s protracted budget stalemate could seriously undermine the economy and stall gains made since the recession, exasperated governors said Saturday as they try to gauge the fallout from impending federal spending cuts.
Among the many areas impacted if the automatic spending cuts take effect–Maryland’s airports. We could see widespread delays at BWI, and smaller airports shut down completely.
One week and counting until automatic spending cuts known as the sequester kick in. Unless Congress comes up with a compromise, jobs and services we all count on could be in jeopardy.