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As of midnight, October 1st, the U.S. House and Senate had not agreed on a budget, and the federal government is now implementing a partial shut down for the first time since 1995-1996. Forbes listed Dayton as one of the top ten cities at risk during a government shutdown. WYSO is providing ongoing coverage of how the shutdown is affecting Miami Valley businesses and residents.

Government Shutdown Over: How They Voted

The House and the Senate approved a bill that ended the federal government shutdown and gave the Treasury an extended debt ceiling. The Senate approved the measure 81-18; a deal which originated from the leaders of Republican and Democratic Senators. Hours later, the House approved it as well, with most Republicans opposing it. The final vote was 285-144.

How did lawmakers vote representing SW Ohio?

Senate:

(D) Sherrod Brown- YES

(R) Rob Portman-YES

House:

(R) Mike Turner (10th district)-NO

(R) John Boehner (8th district)-YES

(R) Jim Jordan (4th district) -NO

(R) Steve Stivers (15th district)-YES

(R) Steve Chabot (1st district)-NO

(R) Brad Wenstrop (2nd district)-NO