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What’s The Deal With Gov’t Shutdowns? Q&A With A Texas A&M Political Expert

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DHS Funding, Clinton's Emails at State Dept, ACA at SCOTUS, Netanyahu to Congress; Experts Needed

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Not so Happy Holidays: Could a Possible Government Shutdown Negatively Impact Businesses and Consumers?

The United States Congress has until this Thursday, December 11 to pass a budget bill – if it doesn’t, the nation will be facing another possible government shutdown. That means that right in the middle of the holiday season, businesses and consumers may have to deal with a wide array of potentially negative issues that could overshadow the normally festive holiday season.

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As Budget Committee Readies to Meet, The Endocrine Society Helps Sponsor New Report Examining How Budget Cuts Have Made Us Sicker, Poorer and Less Safe

As the House and Senate budget conference committee readies to meet November 13th, a new report shows how millions of Americans have been hurt by the reckless cuts to programs that rely on discretionary federal funding, from medical research to education and national parks.

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New Report Highlights How Sequestration Threatens Social and Behavioral Sciences

Federal investment in social and behavioral science research has improved the health and well-being of Americans for years, but a new report published today shows how reckless discretionary federal funding cuts now threaten important work like this.

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A Last Resort for Solving the Debt Ceiling Crisis: Take It to Court​

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Villanova Political Science Prof. Believes Govt. Reopening May Be the Beginning of the End of Tea Party’s Outsized Influence in the GOP

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Senate Reaches Agreement, Can House Muster Votes to End Shutdown, Raise Debt Ceiling? AU Experts Available for Analysis

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Reporting About the Debt Ceiling? @Berkeleyhaas Prof. Jim Wilcox Is an Economist & Expert on #Banking, Monetary Policy & the #Economy

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The End of the American Republic? Not So Fast, Says Cornell Ancient Rome Scholar







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