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The Odds Of Another Government Shutdown Increase As Border Talks Break Down

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The Odds Of Another Government Shutdown Increase As Border Talks Break Down

The Odds Of Another Government Shutdown Increase As Border Talks Break Down

(CNN)Border security negotiations, for days considered on the path to a weekend agreement, have not progressed, and members on both sides have started to discuss whether backstop alternatives to prevent another government shutdown are necessary, three sources involved told CNN.

Two of the sources said the talks were ongoing and had not completely fallen apart, but both sides of the talks were considering whether there was a path forward to a broader deal.

The outstanding issues -- the level of funding for border barriers as well as funding increases for detention facilities and personnel -- were not new and have long been the sticking points in the talks.

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