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  1. 1995–1996 United States federal government shutdowns - Wikipedia › wiki › United_States_federal

    The United States federal government shutdowns of 1995 and 1995–96 were the result of conflicts between Democratic President Bill Clinton and the Republican Congress over funding for education, the environment, and public health in the 1996 federal budget.

  2. Government shutdowns in the United States - Wikipedia › wiki › United_States_government

    While government shutdowns prior to the 1995–1996 shutdowns had very mild effects, a full federal government shutdown causes a large number of civilian federal employees to be furloughed. During a government shutdown, furloughed government employees are prohibited from even checking their e-mail from home.

  3. Talk:1995–1996 United States federal government shutdowns › wiki › Talk:1995–1996_United

    The current title, United States federal government shutdowns of 1995–96, correctly says that there was more than one shutdown, is consistent with the fact that one event lasted from December through January, and saves a few characters by not saying "1995 and 1996". It seems adequate except that it's still somewhat long.

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  5. Government shutdown - Wikipedia › wiki › Government_shutdowns

    Some of the most significant shutdowns in U.S. history have included the 21-day shutdown of 1995–1996 during the Bill Clinton administration over opposition to major spending cuts; the 16-day shutdown in 2013 during the Barack Obama administration caused by a dispute over implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; and ...

  6. 1990 United States federal government shutdown - Wikipedia › wiki › 1990_United_States_federal

    The United States federal government shutdown of 1990 occurred over the 1990 Columbus Day weekend, from Saturday, October 6 through Monday, October 8. The shutdown stemmed from the fact that a deficit reduction package negotiated by President George H. W. Bush contained tax increases, despite his campaign promise of "read my lips: no new taxes", leading to a revolt led by House Minority Whip ...

  7. United States federal government shutdowns of 1995–1996 ... › info › United_States_federal

    The government shut down after Clinton vetoed the spending bill the Republican Party-controlled Congress sent him. The federal government of the United States put government workers on furlough and suspended non-essential services from November 14 through November 19, 1995, and from December 16, 1995, to January 6, 1996, for a total of 21 days.

  8. Government shutdown in the United States - Simple English ... › wiki › Government_shutdown_in

    In the United States, a government shutdown is a partial shutdown of some government services. It is not complete anarchy - essential services such as police remain active. The most recent shutdown occurred on January 20, 2018 through January 22, 2018 caused by disputes in immigration and child healthcare.

  9. government shutdown : definition of government shutdown and ... › government shutdown › en-en

    United States federal government shutdown of 1995 and 1996 [11] [12] 2005 Erie County, New York government shutdown [ 13 ] [ 14 ] [ 15 ] 2005 Minnesota state government shutdown , during the first two weeks of July 2005 [ 16 ]

  10. Federal shutdowns in the 1990s - The Washington Post › politics › federal

    Nov. 14, 1995 An employee of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington hangs a sign on the door explaining the reason for the museum closure. The U.S. government sent nearly 800,000...

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