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The appeal of a federal judge’s ruling that ObamaCare is unconstitutional has been paused because of the partial government shutdown.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit on Friday granted the Department of Justice’s request that appeal proceedings be temporarily halted on account of the funding lapse affecting the agency.

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Justice Department attorneys say they are prohibited from working during the shutdown and would miss an upcoming deadline unless the case were paused.

Judge Leslie Southwick of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals granted the stay on Friday.

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