Government Shutdown: The Aftermath

The government re-opened one week ago after a 16 day shutdown. Here are sources about the aftermath of the shutdown, from why the government re-opened to where the President wants to go from here.

  1. Government Shutdown Explained

    For anyone still confused about why they government shutdown, this video explains it quickly and simply.

  2. Will There Be Another Shutdown in January?

    There is a possibility that the government will shutdown again in January. Here is one blogger's opinion on whether or not another shutdo...

  3. At end of shutdown, ag sector looks for farm bill passage

    A final issue President Obama wants to focus on after the shutdown is the passage of a farm bill. This article explains how the shutdown ...

  4. Budget conference likely to meet for first time on Oct. 30

    The firstissue President Obama wants to focus on now that the shutdown is done is the budget. This blog post from non-partisan website Th...

  5. Immigration reform: Still not quite dead

    The President called for immigration reform following the end of the shutdown— here is what's actually happening and what might happen on...

  6. Dollar hit by aftermath of government shutdown

    The uncertainty caused by the government shutdown resulting in the dropping value of the dollar. This short Wall Street Journal article s...

  7. Senate and House pass bill to re-open the government, raise the debt ceiling

    Now that everyone is clear on why the shutdown happened, here is an article about what it took forthe government to re-open.

  8. Shutdown Fallout

    This ABC News and Washington Post poll shows American's opinions of Congress after the government shutdown.To find out more information o...

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  9. Weekly Address: Working Together on Behalf of the American People

    In case you missed it, here is President Obama's address to the American people after the government shutdown ended. In this video, the P...

  10. Republicans 'biggest losers' in shutdown aftermath

    Here is a question and answer session between an international journalist and two American political and public opinion experts. One of t...

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