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Apr. 16, 1947
Five hundred workers in Texas City, Texas die in a series of huge oil refinery and chemical plant explosions and fires.

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The Shutdown’s Effect on the Economy, Explained
Posted On: Jan 23, 2019
Jan. 23, 2019 | ECONOMY | The government shutdown isn’t catastrophic for the US economy on a broad level — at least not yet. But real risk lies in letting it go on longer. As a result of the shutdown, some 800,000 federal government workers have been furloughed or are forced to work without pay, and an estimated 4 million contractors could be affected. Small businesses aren’t getting loans, private companies aren’t going public, and federal courts are running out of money… Vox
 
 
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