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Tue October 1, 2013
Government Shutdown Showdown
With a partial Government closing now in effect – some services will continue, such as the military and the mail. But others won’t- from National forests and Parks to federally-backed loans. We’ll look at the politics and the economics of this, and gauge reaction in the granite state.
- Dennis Delay: economist at the NH Center for Public Policy Studies and New Hampshire Forecast Manager for the New England Economic Partnership. (@dcdelay)
- Wayne Lesperance: professor of political science at New England College and director of the Center for Civic Engagement. (@NECProf)
- Dante Scala: associate professor of Political Science at UNH and a fellow at UNH's Carsey Institute. (@graniteprof)