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Border wall standoff could lead to another government shutdown this fall

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 19 March 2019
It’s unclear what legislative issues may consume Congress between now and the end of September but one thing’s for sure: President Trump’s veto of a measure to terminate his national emergency for the border has the potential to spark another government shutdown on Oct. 1.
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