ALBUQUREQUE (KRQE) - As far as which states are feeling the brunt of the government shutdown, New Mexico is near the top of the list.
Forbes.com compiled a list of the top 10 states hit the hardest by the shutdown and New Mexico came in at number seven, most likely because of the labs.
Sandia National Labs told its thousands of workers it will shutdown October 21st.
LANL says it may follow suit on October 18th.
Rounding out the top five states on the Forbes list; Virginia came in first, followed by Alaska, Alabama, District of Columbia and Maine.
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