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Ted cruz: defund obamacare or risk government shutdown, Sen. ted cruz speaks as sen. mike lee looks on during a press conference on defunding obamacare on capitol hill wednesday. as he set out to woo lawmakers.
Congress avoids shutdown, looks ahead to 2014 – cnn.com, The house approved legislation thursday funding the government through september, avoiding a partial shutdown and softening $85 billion in spending cuts..

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House oks bill to avoid government shutdown – yahoo! news, Washington (ap) — the house has approved legislation to prevent a government shutdown at the end of the month and give the pentagon some relief from a.
Sequester begins but government shutdown looks unlikely – abc news, It may not be readily obvious from the blizzard of news out there today on the “sequester,” but a government shutdown became significantly less likely.
Government shutdown: potential furloughs for 800k federal workers, Washington is bracing for a far-reaching federal government shutdown that could stop everything from tax refunds to local trash collection, the writing of some.

Washington state begins planning for possible government shutdown, Olympia — gov. jay inslee held a cabinet meeting wednesday and instructed all state agencies and departments to begin contingency planning for a possible state.
Trading sequester to avoid a government shutdown? « hot air, The sequestration cuts hit on friday, but that may not be the biggest worry on either end of pennsylvania avenue. by the last week of march, the continuing resolution.
Bill to avert government shutdown inches to senate passage | reuters, Washington (reuters) – the senate on monday inched closer to passage of a bill to fund federal agencies through september 30 and avoid a government.

The U.S. Capitol. Photo by Pete Marovich/Bloomberg via Getty Images.