The White House and some state officials involved in Missouri’s budget process warned Tuesday that the cuts would have real-life consequences, such as children being dropped from early education programs.
Federal funding that supports pediatric residency training programs at hospitals for children could shrink or go away unless the president and others in Washington act soon.
A.P. Capitol Correspondent Jerry Bodlander talks about President Obama’s budget plans that were rolled out yesterday, and we hear from Jefferson City Capitol correspondent Phil Brooks, Dr. Joe Primrose, and Tony Award winner Alice Ripley.
There will be no government shut down
Budget differences remain over size of cuts.
A.P. White House correspondent Mark Smith talked about the budget with us this morning.
Senate Democrats from Illinois & Missouri appear on Sunday talk shows
Instead, he said he’d take a “meat cleaver” to areas like the Departments of Education and Energy.