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What can the government force people to do to fight Mar 02, 2020 Coronavirus: the week the world shut down | World news Mar 20, 2020 The IRS is drowning in unopened tax refund requests amid Apr 20, 2020 This Shutdown Could Set a Record - Newser
Jan 19, 2018 · When has the government shut down before? There have been 12 shutdowns since 1981, Bloomberg reports , lasting from one day to 21 days. The last shutdown was in 2013 and lasted 16 days.
Jan 12, 2019 · Trump has suggested he would keep the federal government partially shut down for “months or even years” if he does not get funding for his border wall, and threatened on Thursday to declare a Jan 19, 2018 · When has the government shut down before? There have been 12 shutdowns since 1981, Bloomberg reports , lasting from one day to 21 days. The last shutdown was in 2013 and lasted 16 days. Mar 23, 2020 · California and New York, economic engines and the two most populous U.S. states, have essentially shut down. It is not clear yet when the crisis will be over. Unemployment numbers are expected to Theoretically, federal or state-level governments have the power to shut down entire cities. The amount of power the government has in such emergency situations is "awesome, and it's frightening
The VA and the Government Shutdown
A look back at every government shutdown in US history President Gerald Ford. When: Thursday, Sept. 30 to Monday, Oct. 10, 1976. Duration (full days): 10 … Government Shutdown: 1995, 2013, 2018, and 2019 A government shutdown is when non-essential discretionary federal programs close. It occurs when Congress fails to appropriate funds or the president doesn’t sign the appropriations bills. Government shutdown: Live updates - CNN The latest: President Trump has signed a measure to reopen the government until Feb. 15. Congress approved: The Senate and House approved the plan earlier today. 35-day shutdown: This shutdown