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Wisconsin parks, trails and forests affected by the government shutdown

10:42 AM, Oct. 2, 2013
Agricultural resources, national park areas and IRS offices are among the Wisconsin casualties of the federal government shutdown, and the impact could spread to the court system and public education.
Agricultural resources, national park areas and IRS offices are among the Wisconsin casualties of the federal government shutdown, and the impact could spread to the court system and public education.
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Agricultural resources, national park areas and IRS offices are among the Wisconsin casualties of the federal government shutdown, and the impact could spread to the court system and public education.

More than 13,000 civilian federal employees are based in Wisconsin, but there was no estimate available Tuesday on the number of furloughed workers, in part because many public affairs officers were among those sent home.

The shutdown took effect when a deadlocked Congress failed to pass a spending bill by Tuesday and shuttered an array of government services deemed nonessential. ...

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