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Federal Shutdown Delays Release of Bay Delta Conservation Plan

October 23, 2013 | Amy Quinton

The California Department of Water Resources will delay the release of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan yet again. As Amy Quinton reports from Sacramento, the costly delay is a result of the federal government shutdown.

As It Happened: The Fight Over The Debt Ceiling, Shutdown

October 16, 2013

With hours left before the country topped its borrowing authority, Congress pushed through a bipartisan measure that makes no major changes to the new health care law, ended the partial government shutdown and averted a default.

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Economists Analyze Impacts of Federal Shutdown on California Economy

October 16, 2013 | Max Pringle

Economists are looking back on the impacts the federal government shutdown has had on California's shaky economic recovery.

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Shutdown Puts Ag Pricing on Hold

October 9, 2013 | Rich Ibarra

California farmers and ranchers are having a tough time trying to price their crops and livestock, as the federal shutdown has closed a vital government link that helps manage supply and demand.

Boehner And Cruz, And Lew Too: Voices On The Shutdown

October 6, 2013

With a government shutdown nearing its second week, there were no signs of a deal in Washington Sunday. But several leaders are speaking out about the impasse, even as they look ahead to the next battle: an Oct. 17 deadline to raise the debt ceiling.

House Passes Bill Allowing Back Pay For Furloughed Workers

October 5, 2013

Federal workers who were furloughed by a government shutdown will receive back pay once they return to work, if a bill passed by the House of Representatives Saturday meets Senate approval. The White House has said it favors such a move.

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