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[UPDATE-Oct. 1st] U.S. Government Shutdown Imminent as Lawmakers Scramble to Reach Agreement


The U.S. government is headed towards a shutdown this weekend as Republicans and Democrats pursued rival stopgap measures to prevent a closure that would disrupt many government services, squeeze federal employees and roil politics.

The closure of all but critical government services, set to start on Sunday after midnight (04:00 UTC Sunday) if lawmakers fail to reach a deal, would be the first since 2019 – immediately delaying salaries for millions of federal employees and military personnel.

[UPDATE-Oct. 1st] Biden signs bill to keep government funded and avoid shutdown

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