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

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    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. The shutdowns lasted from November 14 through November 19, 1995, and from December 16 ...

  2. Government shutdowns in the United States - Wikipedia

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    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 Affordable Care Act (ACA); and the 35-day shutdown of 2018-2019 during the Donald Trump administration, the longest shutdown in US history, caused by a dispute over the funding amount for an ...

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  4. Government shutdown - Wikipedia

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    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 the 35-day shutdown of 2018-2019 during the Donald Trump administration, the longest shutdown in US history, caused by a dispute over the funding ...

  5. Talk:1995–1996 United States federal government shutdowns

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    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.

  6. 1995 in the United States - Wikipedia

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    November 28 – U.S. President Bill Clinton signs the National Highway System Designation Act of 1995, which ends the federal 55 mph speed limit. December. December 7 – NASA's Galileo probe reenters over Jupiter. December 13 – The Republic of Texas group claims to have formed a provisional government in Texas.

  7. Government shutdown - Wikipedia

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    Government shutdowns, in United States politics, refer to a funding gap period that causes a full or partial shutdown of federal government operations and agencies. They are caused when there is a failure to pass a funding legislation to finance the government for its next fiscal year or a temporary funding measure.

  8. The 1995–96 government shutdown | Miller Center

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    The 1995–96 government shutdown. President Clinton had to deal with a shutdown of the government. He didn't have to deal with the blame. As the federal government shuts down in January 2018, we remember the showdown between President Bill Clinton and Republicans in Congress in the winter of 1995–96. In Clinton’s case, Republicans pledged to balance the budget with their “Contract with America" while cutting social programs and repealing Clinton’s 1993 tax increase.

  9. 10 Longest Government Shutdowns in United States History ...

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    Jan 03, 2020 · This government shutdown, which resulted in the furlough of 241,000 out of 2.1 million government employees, centered around Reagan’s attempt to balance domestic expenses with the cost of defense.

  10. 2013 United States federal government shutdown - Wikipedia

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    The previous U.S. federal government shutdown was in 1995–96. The 16-day-long shutdown of October 2013 was the third-longest government shutdown in U.S. history, after the 35-day 2018–2019 shutdown and the 21-day 1995–96 shutdown.

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