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By: Anthony Reyes

In April 2013, the White House announced that the President chose to contribute a portion of his salary back to the U.S. Treasury due to the sequester. Last June, in response to public requests, the Treasury Department posted images of the President’s checks to the Treasury General Fund along with internal processing information. Today, the Treasury Department is posting the remainder of those checks and related processing information.

Anthony Reyes is the New Media Specialist at the United States Department of the Treasury. 

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