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Defiant Senator Not Opposed to a Second Shutdowni
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October 18, 2013 10:51 PM
The political crisis that forced a partial shutdown of the U.S. government is over; government agencies are open for business again and, instead of running out of money, the government is paying its bills. But at least one of the lawmakers who helped lead the shutdown-charge is signaling the fight is far from done, even if it means forcing a shutdown all over again. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports.

Defiant Senator Not Opposed to a Second Shutdown

Published October 18, 2013

The political crisis that forced a partial shutdown of the U.S. government is over; government agencies are open for business again and, instead of running out of money, the government is paying its bills. But at least one of the lawmakers who helped lead the shutdown-charge is signaling the fight is far from done, even if it means forcing a shutdown all over again. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports.


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