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Social Security payments will continue if the government shuts down

  • The potential federal government shutdown could have a significant impact on safety net programs that help low-income individuals. These programs, such as heating assistance and homelessness prevention, could run out of funds fairly quickly if a shutdown lasts for an extended period of time.
  • While Social Security and Medicare payments would continue during a shutdown, there could be delays in enrolling new individuals in these programs. This could create challenges for those who rely on these benefits and need to access them for the first time.
  • The longer a shutdown lasts, the greater the impact on state programs and services will be. As the shutdown stretches on, crucial programs like Head Start Centers will begin to feel the effects, potentially disrupting services for vulnerable populations.
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