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The next government-shutdown deadline is 3 days away — and it doesn't look promising

The US government will shut down after Thursday if no new funding deal is reached. Disagreements in Congress remain on funding and immigration and could lead to another shutdown. The federal government was shut down for three days in January. The federal government's first partial shutdown of the year came to a close just 14 days ago. Already, another shutdown is bearing down on Congress.
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