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FCC Reveals What It Will Do If the Government Shuts Down

Jan 19, 2018  •  Post A Comment

The Federal Communications Commission today released a concise statement containing its plan in the event of a partial government shutdown, which some observers expect to happen tonight.

Brian Hart, the director of the FCC’s Office of Media Relations, said the agency plans to remain open. Hart issued a statement that says in its entirety: “In the event of a partial government shutdown, because of available funding, the Federal Communications Commission plans to remain open and pay staff at least through the close of business on Friday, January 26.”

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