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Once again there is uncertainty about whether the federal government will shut down, creating anxiety for employees at places like Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Wary of another partial federal government shutdown, congressional leaders could pass a ...
military · 9/18/2015
The odds of a federal-government shutdown later this month have climbed to 75%, according to an expert on the federal budget. Stan Collender, who has worked on both the House and Senate Budget Committees, now estimates a three-in-four chance the ...
The Business Insider · ByBrett Logiurato · 9/21/2015
As the President has said, the shutdown that occurred last month inflicted completely unnecessary damage on our economy and took a toll on families and businesses across the country. Today, OMB is releasing a report that catalogs the breadth and …
The White House President Barack Obama · 11/8/2013
The possibility of a government shutdown in 2015 has been on the minds of many politicians, and although it was somewhat forgotten in the excitement of Pope Francis’ visit to Washington this week, news that John Boehner will resign has reignited fears of ...
The Inquisitr · 9/26/2015
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
Troops may miss paychecks and civilians may be kept at home if Congress doesn't act to prevent a government shutdown later this week. A memo from Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work last week outlined the steps the military would take if …
Fayetteville Observer · ByAmanda Dolasinski andDrew Brooks · 9/28/2015
The media is dramatically reporting that the federal government shut down on October 1 - yet hardly anyone has noticed. This is because it is not really a "government shutdown." If only a few non-essential government functions have been temporarily halted ...
The Christian Post · 10/7/2013
Government agencies were directed to "execute plans for an orderly shutdown" late Monday as Congress failed to pass a funding bill that would prevent the disruption of some government services. The Office of Management and Budget, tasked with …
NBC News · BySimon Moya-Smith andAndrew Rafferty · 10/1/2013
If members of Congress are unable to agree on an appropriations bill by the end of the day, the government will partially shutdown at 12 a.m. Tuesday morning for the first time in 17 years. Congress came close to a shutdown two years ago, but passed an ...
US News and World Report · 10/1/2013
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 situation in which the government stops providing all but essential services.
Guardian LV · 9/30/2013