Fees help courts stay open during shutdown

The Supreme Court and federal courts are using money collected through various fees to remain operational despite the partial government shutdown. In addition, courts are using money that was allocated by Congress and doesn't have to be used within a specific period. The situation, however, may have to be re-evaluated later this month if the shutdown is not resolved and such funds run low.

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