With only seven days to go until October 1 and the official launch of the new public health insurance exchanges, a number of questions loom large. The biggest, by far, is would a government shutdown threatened by congressional Republicans also shut down the exchanges.

The answer appears to be no, according to a July report by The Congressional Research Service, which stated: "It appears that substantial ACA implementation might continue during a lapse in annual appropriations."

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