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Government Shutdown: The Bigger the Climb, the Larger the Fall

David Leibert, Opinions Editor

November 13, 2013


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The government was shutdown from October 1st until October 16th of 2013. This is because the appropriate funds for the upcoming, now current, fiscal year was never agreed upon by the House and the Senate. The Republican controlled House accepted a bill that created the funds but delayed the initiatio...

Effects of the Government Shutdown

Effects of the Government Shutdown

Ellie Houghtaling, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013


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While many Ossining High School students have been overheard making light of the government shutdown, it is truly no laughing matter. It began over 2 weeks ago, on October 1st. when the government’s fiscal year began. By this point in time, Congress is supposed to propose a new budget plan. This year,...

Government Shutdown

Government Shutdown

Paul Kleiman, News Editor

October 6, 2013


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  As Tuesday, October 1 neared, a breadth of government officials’ breath was shortened. They became increasingly nervous about the event that would strike both their communal reputations and arguably the most important responsibility that the Legislative Branch has for America: to fund the...

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