The Ed Show | March 21, 2013
>>> welcome back to "the ed show." sequestration is starting to hit home for millions of americans. for proof, let's take a look at some local news reports from all across america, courtesy of our friends over at buzzfeed.
>> reporter: due to the sequester, small airports across the country are being forced to close their air traffic control towers because of budget cuts.
>> civilian workers are losing more than 1/40th of their pay.
>> head starts like this in washington county will be feeling the effects of this sequestration after they have to cut 5%, $150,000 from their 2012 fiscal year budget.
>> there will not only be a loss in jobs, loss in air traffic . officials say that could lead to more job loss here.
>> more federal employees will get more furlough notices this week because of sequestration.
>> workers will be forced to stay at home without pay for a total of 22 days.
>> reporter: that's 9,000 meals these low income students won't have access to.
>> windsor, missouri had to cut toilet paper from the budget. workers have been forced to supply their own.
>>> wall street has been raking up record high after record high and unemployment recovering and the economy showing life in years. only two things could bring us back from the brink of this man made crisis. closing loopholes for corporate giants and rich folks or as the great rachel maddow said last night, repeal the sequester. will israel take president obama 's message of compromise to heart? 67% say yes and 33% say no.
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