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The Latest: Tracking the Partial Government Shutdown

January 09, 2019 - 2:42 pm

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Here are the latest headlines on the affects of the partial government shutdown, which began on Dec. 22, 2018 and ended temporarily on Jan. 25: 

Government Shutdown Deal Reached, Trump to Open Government 'Temporarily'

Discounts, Freebies, Deals Available for Unpaid Government Workers During Shutdown

President Trump Postpones State of the Union

President Trump Tells Nancy Pelosi in Letter That State of the Union Will Go On

Pope Francis Says Fear of Migration is "Making Us Crazy"

President Donald Trump's shutdown proposal faces uncertain fate in Senate

Partial Government Shutdown Hitting Poor Especially Hard

GOP Brushes Off Security Concerns for President Trump's State of the Union Speech

Rock & Brews in Chesterfield Giving Free Meals to TSA Workers

Super Bowl Planners: Shutdown Brings 'Uncharted Territory'

Trump says solution to shutdown impasse 'so simple'

USDA: Food stamps will be funded through February

Congress to face same question: When will shutdown end?

Federal Shutdown Could Put a Shiver MLK Day Here

Payday Without a Paycheck Looms as Partial Government Shutdown Continues

President Donald Trump Visiting Texas Border Today

Today is Day 20 of the Partial Government Shutdown

Belleville Restaurant Offers Free Meals to Some Out-of-Work Government Employees

US orders refuges to staff for hunters despite shutdown

Partial Government Shutdown Forces Cancellation of Dr. Ben Carson Missouri event

Administration: Government shutdown won't delay tax refunds

Trump, Congress Should Look at Missouri for Consequences of Government Shutdown

Hundreds of federal scientists miss conferences in shutdown

Trump-Pelosi showdown over shutdown first battle of new era

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