NC Budget and Tax Center

UPDATE: New and damning details emerging on impact of the government shutdown

Dr. Patrick McHugh of the N.C. Budget and and Tax Center has created a lengthy and detailed update to the list of federal government shutdown impacts that he first published two weeks ago. In the updated version of “The creeping impact of Trump’s government shutdown,” readers will find new and sobering details regarding the shutdown’s impact in such vitally important areas as:

  • federal workers and contractors
  • food aid
  • housing assistance
  • Native American health and social services
  • the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program
  • disaster recovery programs
  • farm assistance
  • small business and home loans
  • EPA permitting
  • federal parks
  • the IRS
  • public safety, including domestic violence prevention
  • the federal courts
  • immigration law enforcement

Click here to access and share this newly updated list.

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