Nation's Chief Judges Brace for Shutdown's Full Force

, The National Law Journal

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Unlike most federal agencies, the federal judiciary found money to keep federal courts nationwide fully funded for the first two weeks of the government shutdown. As the end of the first week approached with no budget deal, though, chief judges of federal trial and appellate courts across the country grappled with what to do once the money runs out.

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  • JCarls

    Haul in every House Republican in each court's jurisdiction and charge them with contempt?

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