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Judiciary still open

The federal judiciary will remain open for business through Oct. 17, according to a release from the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.

When no funding mechanism was in place Oct. 1, the beginning of a new fiscal year, the judiciary projected fee income and other appropriated funds would enable court operations to continue for 10 business days. The judiciary has severely restricted spending during that period, so limited additional funding now exists.

Spending rates and fund balances will continue to be monitored closely in hope that adequate funds will be available to allow courts to operate through the end of the work week — Oct. 18.




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