Did Federal Agencies Miss Chances to Prevent Boston Marathon Bombing? Budget Cuts Delay Answer

Steve Neavling

The government shutdown has caused more delays in a high-level investigation into whether federal agencies could have prevented the Boston Marathon bombings, the Boston Globe reports.

The furloughs and budget cuts have bogged down inspectors general of four federal agencies who are conducting a wide-sweeping review.

Before the budget hurdles, the officials had already notified Congress that it would not meet a September deadline.

When will they meet again? Nothing has been scheduled, the Globe reported.

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