Harmful automatic budget cuts — known as the sequester — threaten hundreds
of thousands of jobs, and cut vital services for children, seniors, people with ...
The sequester lowers spending by a total of approximately $1.1 trillion versus pre
-sequester levels over the approximately 8-year period from 2013 to 2021.
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to keep (a person or group) apart from other people. law : to take (property) until a
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v. se·ques·tered, se·ques·ter·ing, se·ques·ters. v.tr. 1. To remove or set apart;
segregate or hide: "Some of the actors ... found it disturbing that the director was ...
to remove or withdraw into solitude or retirement; seclude. 2. to remove or
separate; banish; exile. 3. to keep apart from others; segregate or isolate: The
jury was ...
sequester (third-person singular simple present sequesters, present participle
sequestering, simple past and past participle sequestered). To separate from all ...
Mar 10, 2015 ... said if Republicans 'vote for a budget with defense spending at the level of the
sequester, then we are putting American lives at risk.' Photo: ...
May 8, 2014 ... In a memo released before the sequester cuts went into effect, the White House
claimed they “threaten hundreds of thousands of middle class ...
Sequestration. Originally a legal term referring generally to the act of valuable
property being taken into custody by an agent of the court and locked away for ...