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Breakfast Sausage: 5 stories to read this morning

Published by Andrew McGill on .

breakfastsausageHappy "Take Your Daughters and Sons To Work Day," folks.

1. Now that the sequester has hit people where it really hurts — their little airplanes are late — President Obama may consider sparing the Federal Aviation Administration from budget cuts, at least temporarily. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-PA, has been pushing to give the president full flexibility in choosing cuts for some time.

2. Meanwhile, everyone outside the Delta Sky Club® can see how the sequester will affect their lives with this great WaPo chart.

3. Pittsburgh mayoral candidates talk about the environment at the latest forum. A.J. Richardson, a well-known proponent of driving less, did not attend.

4. City Paper breaks down the mayoral candidate's positions on various social issues — employee benefits, LGBT rights and so on.

5. So the Pirates beat the Phillies last night? Whatever, this Philadelphian says. Click this important link to find out why.

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