5 unexpected reasons the government might shut down

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5 reform efforts that may indirectly lead to a government shutdown

With House Republicans apparently headed toward a government shutdown, pundits have put forward a number of theories why this is happening.But some of the factors that led to this moment were actually attempts to improve how Congress works. Here's a look at five reform efforts that indirectly led to the current crisis.The rise of small donorsOregon resident Kriss Riggs was one of many small donors to the Obama campaign in 2008. (AP)The problem: Voters have long been concerned about the …

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