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Sequester Forces National Parks To Cut Costs

NPR | April 11, 2013 12:13 p.m.

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Brian Naylor

The National Parks Service is among the federal agencies starting to feel the pain of across-the-board budget cuts. NPR’s Brian Naylor goes to Fredericksburg, Virginia, to talk about the sequester with Ranger Russ Smith, who is superintendent of Fredericksburg and Spotslvania National Military Park.

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