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Washington Week: All Eyes on Government Shutdown, US Debt Ceilingi
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October 06, 2013 6:13 PM
A partial U.S. government shutdown is heading into a second week with no end in sight. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, partisan rhetoric in Washington is becoming more strident by the day, with major political players sticking to hardened stances that seem to offer little short-term hope of resuming federal funding.

Washington Week: All Eyes on Government Shutdown, US Debt Ceiling

Published October 06, 2013

A partial U.S. government shutdown is heading into a second week with no end in sight. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, partisan rhetoric in Washington is becoming more strident by the day, with major political players sticking to hardened stances that seem to offer little short-term hope of resuming federal funding.


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