Call For A Free Consultation
For the past month and a half, Americans have navigated the longest government shutdown in the history of this nation. On December 22, it became evident that a crisis was at hand. A spending bill needed to be passed in order to keep the government open and functioning. President Trump demanded billions of dollars to fund his border wall (a campaign promise he is keen to keep), but lawmakers, especially Democrats, refused to accept any government spending on a measure they considered wasteful. The shutdown continued over the holidays, with no likely compromise in sight.