E-Alerts
Podcasts
Movies
Movies
Youtube Button
Youtube
Traffic Button
Traffic
ListenLive Button
ListenLive

Saturday

Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 82 °F
Low: 53 °F

Sunday

Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 83 °F
Low: 55 °F

Monday

Partly Sunny
Partly Sunny
High: 82 °F
Low: 54 °F

Government shutdown

    Real Estate & Market Report: October 18, 2013

    The government shutdown is over 2013. "Woo Hoo."  The latest figures are that $600 Million was lost in production and performance for the entire time the government was closed.

    With the government functioning again, the economic reports are starting flow out to the public domain however, they are slow in coming.  Some of the reports that have come out are listed below:

    Shutdown Ended, Debt Default Averted By Last Minute Bill

    President Barack Obama signed a bill early Thursday morning that ended the 16-day government shutdown and averted a default on the national debt. The bill had previously passed in both houses after a bipartisan compromise in the Senate on Wednesday.

    Government Shutdown Could End Today, Pending Passage In Both Houses

    United States Senators have reached an agreement that could end the government shutdown on Wednesday, pending House approval. The proposed plan would reopen the government through mid-January.

    McKeon Expresses Optimism About End To Government Shutdown

    Congressman Buck McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, said he was 75 percent confident that the government would reopen by Monday. An agreement, which could possibly involve a five week extension of the debt ceiling, would have to be reached in the House and Senate.

    McKeon Sounds Off On Shutdown, Debt Limit Talks

    Ahead of the first day of California’s implementation of President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act, a lack of funding shut down the federal government for the first time in 17 years Tuesday.


    Don't miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox.

    Who's Affected Most By Potential Government Shutdown

    Millions of Americans have their eyes on a potential government shut down that has a fast-approaching deadline