Sequestration cutting museum, park offerings in D.C.

Posted: May 5, 2013 at 2:13 a.m.

The Mall, Washington’s oft-trampled symbol of democracy and its most-visited national park, heads into the summer tourist season with no Fourth of July concert, fewer Park Police officers and a whole lot of uncollected trash — all results of the spending cuts coursing through parks, museums and other cultural destinations that people go to see in the nation’s capital.

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Front Section, Pages 5 on 05/05/2013


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