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Access to government info during the shutdown

Over on the Free Government Information blog, James R. Jacobs posts an excellent article about the information access problems caused by the federal government shutdown. He notes that "There are at least two reasons why users cannot get the documents … Continue reading

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Government Shutdown: Resources to Stay Informed

  On January 12, 2019 the Federal Government shutdown became the longest in U.S. history. With the shutdown now in its 25th day, the President and Congress continue their negotiations. Keep up with the debate using these resources: Congressional Record (Daily) … Continue reading

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SEC Updates FAQs Regarding the Ongoing Government Shutdown

On January 10, 2019, the Division of Corporation Finance of the Securities and Exchange Commission updated its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about how to handle certain filing matters during the U.S. government shutdown, which is now entering its fourth week. … Continue reading

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Impact on Legal & Public Information of Partial US Government Shutdown

The US federal government has been in partial shutdown since just before Christmas 2018. There has been a lot of well deserved focus on how the shutdown is affecting the hundreds of thousands of US federal employees who are not … Continue reading

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Impact of Government Shutdown Across America

The New York Times – “In many parts of the United States, the shutdown has underscored how deeply the federal government is connected to everyday life. “From the start, it has seemed like the federal government shutdown with no end … Continue reading

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