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Shutdowns cost billions as US federal workers paid to stay home

  • The possibility of a government shutdown is looming, with little progress made over the weekend and Congress not returning until Tuesday evening after the Yom Kippur holiday. It is seen as almost inevitable due to the lack of time remaining.
  • A shutdown could have significant impacts, with as many as 4 million workers at risk of losing pay, including air traffic controllers and TSA employees who may have to work without pay.
  • The effects of a shutdown could be felt by Americans in various ways, such as travel disruptions, unsafe drinking water, and the potential closure of certain passport offices.
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