Short-term Shutdown Would Have Small Impact on States
States may have to develop plans for employees funded by federal dollars.
President Obama and Republican leaders in Congress failed to reach an agreement this afternoon on the latest stop-gap measure to fund the federal government, narrowing the window of time remaining to avert a shutdown of the government.
- 1981 Department of Justice Memo on Funding During a Shutdown
- OMB Memo on Agency Operations in the Absence of Appropriations
- NASBO Brief: Impact of a Federal Government Shutdown on States
- CRS Report - Shutdown of the Federal Government: Causes, Processes, and Effects
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