Tuesday, April 05, 2011


Handy chart of what will be open or closed if federal government shuts down in a few days

by Larry Geller

The federal government could conceivably shut down if a continuing budget resolution that expires April 8 is not renewed or replaced by an actual appropriation.

For a handy chart of what should be closed and what may be open, see: Shutting the Government Down (New York Times 3/5/2011).

There’s plenty of speculation available for the Googling about whether a shutdown is likely. Any bets?

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license.


Thank you, Larry.

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