When will we see a nationwide insurance mandate?
The next federal government shutdown will likely be the last for several months.
Here are three big questions you need to answer.
What will happen when Congress passes a new budget?
There are a lot of ways to spend the $1.1 trillion federal budget next year.
The most obvious option would be to pass a spending bill that funds the government until Jan. 6, when lawmakers will return to Washington.
But the Trump administration is not planning to pass any spending bills for at least the next few months, so it will likely have to find some new ways to pay for the government in the meantime.
There are also options to fund the government for at most six months, but these may require the approval of a lot more than a few lawmakers.
The best way to fund a government without spending cuts is to let the government default on its debts.
But even then, the default would be temporary, and if there is another government shutdown, it could be years before the government fully recovers.
The other possibility is to wait for a government shutdown to resolve itself, and then put the country on autopilot.
That means that the government will continue operating without a major spending cut.
That way, Congress could take a new set of spending bills to Congress, and they would be approved by a majority of lawmakers.
A default would also put a damper on any other possible spending cuts.
How long does it take for the federal government to run out of money?
It will take months for the budget to be fully funded.
If the government runs out of funding, it will probably have to cut back on other programs and services that the federal workers and taxpayers depend on.
The budget would likely also need to be made up by another $1 trillion, which would mean that the budget would need to increase in real dollars by at least $10 trillion over the next decade.
That would put a serious dent in the federal debt and would also make it harder for Congress to get a budget that doesn’t include spending cuts, such as a debt-free government.
The good news is that it would take about two years to reach a debt free budget.
That’s because Congress can’t raise the debt limit for another two years because it has to pass two new spending bills.
How can I get involved in the shutdown debate?
The first thing you need, however, is to sign up to the White House’s online voter registration.
That website lets you fill out a questionnaire that will let the White Senate Office of Management and Budget (OMB) make decisions about your eligibility to vote in the midterm elections in November.
The OMB will also make decisions on how much to spend on political campaigns.
You can sign up on the Whitehouse.gov website to register and can also find information about how to get involved with other grassroots groups and get more information on the shutdown.
If you don’t have a voter registration site, the WhiteHouse.gov Voter Portal lets you register to vote on Election Day, which is the date of the next midterm elections.