The State Department (seems not to have?) finally cut all non-humanitarian aid to Honduras.
"The Secretary of State has made the decision, consistent with US legislation, recognising the need for strong measures in light of the continued resistance to the adoption of the San Jose Accord by the de facto regime and continuing failure to restore democratic, constitutional rule to Honduras," a state department spokesman said.
So the current question becomes whether the coup government can actually limp along until the elections. This has to hurt quite a bit. How those elections are perceived, both domestically and internationally, is a future question.
UPDATE: Or not? The BBC reported all non-humanitarian aid, while other news outlets like the NYT say it is only $22 million of aid that was previously already suspended.
Meanwhile, the AP says it doesn't know how much aid was terminated.
What a mess. The State Department wants to look firm but cannot even get its story out in a coordinated manner.