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Government shutdown could make revoking security clearances harder

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A government shutdown may disrupt the revocation of security clearances for those with dangerous mental illness, including the mechanism which could have prevented shooter Aaron Alexis from entering the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., this September. The Pentagon's Central Adjudication Facility decides whether individuals are granted or denied security clearances, and is staffed largely by...

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