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With the House and Senate at a stalemate on the first day of the government shutdown, it's unclear how long the proverbial "Closed" signs will hang around. From veterans to Head Start to individuals on welfare, read below to see how many of the nation's ...
The Huffington Post · ByJessica Prois · 10/1/2013
Based on past experience, one may safely conclude that a very large number of federal employees would continue to provide services during any governmentshut down,” and essential ... [15]Brass, “Shutdown of the Federal Government,” p.
The Heritage Foundation · 9/18/2013
(NaturalNews) Government shutdown? What government shutdown? That's the question more and more Americans are beginning to ask, as more people discover that, at best, what is occurring is a partial shutdown of some non-essential services. In fact ...
Natural News · ByJ. D. Heyes · 10/11/2013
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Congress has to pass a government funding bill before Dec. 11 in order to stop the second government shutdown in two years. But not everyone thinks that's such a bad idea. Some Republican politicians want to withhold money from the upcoming funding …
Mashable · 12/3/2014
Added by Amy Whatley on September 30, 2013. Saved under Politics, U.S. In the hours before the United States faces a government shutdown, many people wonder what that will mean for individuals in this country. A government shutdown is defined as a ...
Guardian LV · 10/1/2013
Talk of a 2014 government shutdown have already been threatened by Republicans in response to President Barack Obama claiming he would issue an executive order giving illegal immigrants amnesty before the end of the year. While some in the GOP …
The Inquisitr · 11/15/2014
A sign is posted in the window of an IRS office in Brooklyn notifying that the office is closed... There's no doubt where Mitch McConnell stands on the question of shutting down the government. "There will be no government shutdowns," the incoming Senate ...
Washington Examiner · 11/17/2014
The phrase "government shutdown" sounds serious, and it is. If congressional leaders and President Obama can't reach a budget deal soon for the remainder of the 2011 fiscal year, many federal operations could grind to a halt. But it wouldn't be a total ...
The Christian Science Monitor · ByMark Trumbull · 4/9/2011
As the government faces its first shutdown since 1995-1996, the standoff between the Obama administration and Republicans over the federal budget is occurring in a different public opinion environment than when President Bill Clinton faced off with the GOP ...
Pew Research Center · 9/30/2013
Some of the claims being made about what happens to the federal government when there is a funding lapse are almost hysterical – Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) even claimed that a shutdown would be “as dangerous as the break-up of the Union before the …
The Foundry · 9/30/2013