U.S. Government Establishments Slowly Re-Opening After Shutdown

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Published on January 27, 2019 - Duration: 00:43s

U.S. Government Establishments Slowly Re-Opening After Shutdown

According to Reuters, U.S. government agencies that had largely slowed down operations for five weeks during the budget standoff against the Trump administration are now saying that they are moving towards resuming operations and compensating employees for their missed paychecks.

The White House has conducted a conference call with Cabinet department financial officers to discuss the resumption of government operations.

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