Arizona reached a deal Friday with the Interior Department to pay for Grand Canyon National Park to completely reopen using state and local funds during the federal government shutdown.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert wired money from state taxpayers that will reopen the state’s national parks 12 days after they were closed because of the government shutdown.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is warning state residents they may lose some federally funded benefits if the government shutdown continues.
19-month increase streak ends
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Most of the jobs will be eliminated within two months.
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