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Closing the Grand Canyon during the government shutdown cost the state about $1.2 million a day in lost tourist revenues by one estimate, part of the $2.7 million a day the state lost from having all national parks closed. (Photo by John Dille/Grand Canyon River Outfitters Association)

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WASHINGTON - The federal government shutdown last month could shave 0.3 percent off the expected growth of Arizona's gross state product in the fourth quarter of this year, according to a recent report.

By By Brandon Brown November 5, 2013
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