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Jobs report may be delayed by government shutdown

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The monthly U.S. jobs report may not be released as scheduled next Friday if the government partially shuts down. The commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Erica Groshen, said in a memo Friday that the agency's operations will cease and its website will not be updated if a shutdown occurs. But Groshen also said that the White House could authorize the release of the...

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