Lawmakers ran out of time to avoid a partial shutdown of the government. Here's what will and won't keep running.

The U.S. Postal Service has its own revenue stream and would continue to deliver mail. Local post offices will remain open.

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Flights and Amtrak train routes will continue as air traffic controllers and Transportation Security Administration officers will remain on the job.

Customs and Border Protection agents will also report to work.

150 Michigan employees of the Huron-Manistee National Forest will be told how to proceed.

During the last shut down non-essential Forest Service employees didn't work, firefighters and law enforcement agents did.

In Grand Rapids the Gerald R. Ford Museum will be closed to visitors.

The Federal court will stay open at least for the time being.

Social Security checks and food stamps will continue to be sent out, much of that process is automated.

Michigan has seven locations under management of the National Parks System.

The Interior Department says it will work to keep national parks and public lands as accessible as possible.

During the shut down passports, visas and gun permits will not be processed.

National museums in Washington D.C. will also remain open this weekend, but are expected to close next week.

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