Here are just a few of the largest budget cuts from the sequester that went into effect on March 1. $85 billion will be cut in 2013 with $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction over ten years.
Health care
$20 million cut from the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Programs 
$10 million cut from the World Trade Center Health Program Fund 
$168 million cut from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 
$75 million cut from the Aging and Disability Services Programs
Housing
$199 million cut from public housing 
$96 million cut from Homeless Assistance Grants 
$17 million cut from Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS 
$19 million cut from Housing for the Elderly 
$175 million cut from Low Income Home Energy Assistance
Disaster and Emergency
$928 million cut from FEMA’s disaster relief money 
$6 million cut from Emergency Food and Shelter
$70 million cut from the Agricultural Disaster Relief Fund at USDA
$61 million cut from the Hazardous Substance Superfund at EPA
$125 million cut from the Wildland Fire Management
$53 million cut from Salaries and Expenses at the Food Safety and Inspection Service
Obamacare
$13 million cut from the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan Program (Co-ops)
$57 million cut from the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control 
$51 million cut from the Prevention and Public Health Fund 
$27 million cut from the State Grants and Demonstrations 
$44 million cut from the Affordable Insurance Exchange Grants program
Education
$633 million cut from the Department of Education’s Special Education programs 
$184 million cut from Rehabilitation Services and Disability Research 
$71 million cut from administration at the Office of Federal Student Aid 
$116 million cut from Higher Education 
$86 million cut from Student Financial Assistance
Immigration
$512 million cut from Customs and Border Protection 
$17 million cut from Automation Modernization, Customs and Border Protection 
$20 million cut from Border Security Fencing, Infrastructure, and Technology
Security
$79 million cut from Embassy Security, Construction, and Maintenance 
$604 million cut from National Nuclear Security Administration 
$232 million cut from the Federal Aviation Administration 
$394 million cut from Defense Environmental Cleanup
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Here are just a few of the largest budget cuts from the sequester that went into effect on March 1. $85 billion will be cut in 2013 with $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction over ten years.

Health care

  • $20 million cut from the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Programs 
  • $10 million cut from the World Trade Center Health Program Fund 
  • $168 million cut from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 
  • $75 million cut from the Aging and Disability Services Programs

Housing

  • $199 million cut from public housing 
  • $96 million cut from Homeless Assistance Grants 
  • $17 million cut from Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS 
  • $19 million cut from Housing for the Elderly 
  • $175 million cut from Low Income Home Energy Assistance

Disaster and Emergency

  • $928 million cut from FEMA’s disaster relief money 
  • $6 million cut from Emergency Food and Shelter
  • $70 million cut from the Agricultural Disaster Relief Fund at USDA
  • $61 million cut from the Hazardous Substance Superfund at EPA
  • $125 million cut from the Wildland Fire Management
  • $53 million cut from Salaries and Expenses at the Food Safety and Inspection Service

Obamacare

  • $13 million cut from the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan Program (Co-ops)
  • $57 million cut from the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control 
  • $51 million cut from the Prevention and Public Health Fund 
  • $27 million cut from the State Grants and Demonstrations 
  • $44 million cut from the Affordable Insurance Exchange Grants program

Education

  • $633 million cut from the Department of Education’s Special Education programs 
  • $184 million cut from Rehabilitation Services and Disability Research 
  • $71 million cut from administration at the Office of Federal Student Aid 
  • $116 million cut from Higher Education 
  • $86 million cut from Student Financial Assistance

Immigration

  • $512 million cut from Customs and Border Protection 
  • $17 million cut from Automation Modernization, Customs and Border Protection 
  • $20 million cut from Border Security Fencing, Infrastructure, and Technology

Security

  • $79 million cut from Embassy Security, Construction, and Maintenance 
  • $604 million cut from National Nuclear Security Administration 
  • $232 million cut from the Federal Aviation Administration 
  • $394 million cut from Defense Environmental Cleanup

Source

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