A partial shutdown of the government began Tuesday, and you're probably wondering how it will affect the things that are part of your daily life. We researched how the shutdown will affect what's closest to us.
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Architect Daniel Samuels, who served as FOLC's president from 2006 to 2008, said the concept dates to the 1970s and re-emerged after Katrina as a strategy to stimulate investment in storm-damaged neighborhoods.
While I'd like to say that double-booking two dates was all worth the effort and complication, the truth is that "the tentative" quickly turned into "the negative" and "the blast from the past" is going to remain that way.