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Will the U.S. government shutdown actually happen? It's looking more likely.
From 9/30 on ABC 7 Chicago:
With only hours to spare, President Joe Biden on Thursday evening signed legislation that would avoid a partial federal shutdown and keep the government funded through Dec. 3. Congress had passed the bill earlier Thursday.
From 9/29 on CBS News:
Democrats are trying to come up with another way to raise theafter Republicans blocked their latest effort Tuesday. The U.S.is now heading toward default in just a few weeks, which could have catastrophic economic consequences, government officials and economists warn.
From 9/28 on News On 6/KOTV:
Republicans in the United States Senate appear likely to hold firm on a pledge not to help Democrats increase the federal debt ceiling which, at the moment, will mean taking the nation a step closer to a government shutdown. Democratic leadership in the Senate was expected to bring to the floor for a vote late this afternoon a continuing resolution to fund the government until December and thus avoid a shutdown.
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