GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - This is the third week of the partial federal government shutdown.
The clock is ticking on a deal as the debt ceiling deadline is Thursday.
One common theme between Republicans and Democrats is “enough is enough,” as they want this shutdown to end.
Rallies across the country are trying to encourage lawmakers to come to a resolution.
Organizing for Action (OFA) is leading such a rally in Grand Rapids on Tuesday. The organization says it is a non-profit, non-partisan organization, however, it is an offshoot of President Obama's re-election campaign.
"Enough Already Grassroots Action Event" began at noon at Calder Plaza with a simple message -- end the shutdown, pay the bills and get our government back on track.
About a handful of people showed up to the event.
The Norton Shores Police Department is reporting three reports of stolen snowblowers this week.
About a dozen people were displaced.
One person was arrested after a threatening comment resulted in a school district briefly locking down its schools Friday morning.