Public Health

  Posted on: Friday, January 4, 2019
Shutdown Hampers Federal Firefighting Agency's Preparations for Wildfire Season
Homeland Security Today
The federal-government shutdown has entered its 13th day, and the Alaska Fire Service like numerous other federal agencies has run out of money and furloughed all but essential employees. And although wildfires are unlikely to bust out anytime soon, the shutdown is hampering the firefighting agency’s planning and preparation for the coming fire season.

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