Sequester tracker: The first week

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    Despite dire warnings from President Obama and some of his cabinet officials, the sequester's budget cuts have had very little immediate impact on the day-to-day lives of the average American - yet. One week into the sequester, it's becoming clear that long-term, there will be a noticable impact among government workers and Americans who use government services.

    Here are some areas already feeling hunger pangs from the budgetary crash diet - and some that managed to escape the fast so far.

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