government shutdown

Where We Currently Stand: The Situation in Washington, DC

Presented by Rich Tegge We’re entering the third week of the shutdown, only days away from the point at which the U.S. Treasury will run out of money to pay all obligations. As of Tuesday morning, October 15, the Senate is claiming that a shutdown/debt deal is near. Nevertheless, the clock is ticking. Where do

Assessing the Shutdown Damage

For the first time since 1995–1996, the U.S. government has been shut down in a dispute over the federal budget. With the 2011 debt ceiling debate, then the 2012 fiscal cliff, and now this, it seems that governmental dysfunction has been normalized. Now that the shutdown has happened, we can start to assess the damage,

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