House Speaker Pelosi Is Championing Legislation To End Future Government Shutdowns

Speaker of the House Pelosi and others want legislation to permanently end the government shutdowns.

Gronda Morin

Government shutdown federal workers protest Furloughed federal workers and those aligned with them protest the partial government shutdown in the Hart Senate Office Building on January 23 in Washington DC. Win McNamee/Getty Images

This is a shout out to all those who have taken the time to call/ make contact/ email/ visit/ protest and did whatever they could think of to get our US lawmakers’ attentions, that we wanted this US government shutdown ended immediately, that was started on a whim by the Republican President Donald Trump on the 22nd of December 2018 and which has been finally ended on the 25th of January 2019.

Thank you to the business leaders who kept up the pressure on our legislators and the White House as it became obvious, for example, that air travel was becoming less safe. The press really got out there to share the stories of how those 800,000 public servants were experiencing the…

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2 thoughts on “House Speaker Pelosi Is Championing Legislation To End Future Government Shutdowns

  1. Thanks, August. This is not efficient running of the country but bullying. Trump should stop making decisions according to the state of his digestion and start listening to his advisors who use good sense. Now the government agencies are so backlogged due to the shutdown they won’t be caught up by the time he perhaps decides to shut everything down again. It’s crazy and needs to be stopped. —- Suzanne


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