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July 8, 2013 12:23 PM

Sequester furloughs set to begin this week at Tacoma's military base

Unpaid furloughs for thousands of workers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord will cause restrictions on Army training and halt the basic administration of running the largest military installation on the West Coast for the next 11 Fridays, according to an operations plan released by the base.

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