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Government shutdown, in American politics, refers to a temporary halt in government services when lawmakers cannot pass the necessary funding measures in time.
At the federal levels:
- Government shutdown in the United States, an article describing the general concept.
- United States federal government shutdowns of 1995–96, lasting from November 14 to 19, 1995, and from December 16, 1995, to January 6, 1996
- United States federal government shutdown of 2013, lasting from October 1 to 17, 2013
- List of U.S. government shutdowns.
Shutdowns at the state level:
- 2006 Puerto Rico budget crisis
- 2006 New Jersey state government shutdown
- 2011 Minnesota state government shutdown
- All pages with titles containing "government shutdown"
- Failed state, a state with a non-functioning government
- Government failure, an inefficient allocation of goods and resources with respect to predictions from economic theory
- Lockout (industry), a private-sector practice similar to a government shutdown
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