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Government may shut down, but lawmaker fundraising goes on

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If Congress cannot reach a deal before Tuesday on a resolution to fund the government, the government will shut down — but lawmakers' political fundraising operations won’t. The debate over whether and how to keep the government running beyond the end of the fiscal year Monday has hit at the very end of the year's third fundraising quarter, when campaigns usually sprint to bring in as much...

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