Federal courts will remain fully functional for at least a couple of weeks should the government shut down Friday.

A spokeswoman for the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts said the judiciary will be able to sustain operations until Feb. 9 in the event of a shut down. Funding would come from a mix of revenues from fees and long-term appropriations, the spokeswoman said.

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