With just weeks left to strike a deal, it’s time to start worrying about debt ceiling

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Montana, speaks with reporters May 1 about the debt limit at the U.S. Capitol. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the United States could default on its debt as soon as June 1 if lawmakers do not increase the debt limit. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images/Tribune News Service

LOS ANGELES (Tribune News Service) — It’s time to start worrying about the debt ceiling.

The federal government is careening toward its borrowing credit limit, beyond which the Treasury won’t be able to pay all its bills.

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