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Federal Workers In Limbo As Government Shutdown Hits Day 24

cbs4.com Monday, 14 January 2019
It's Day 24 of the partial government shutdown and there's no end in sight as negotiations between President Donald Trump and top Democrats remain at an impasse over funding for a border wall.
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It's Day 24 of the partial government shutdown and there's no end in sight as negotiations between President Donald Trump and top Democrats remain at an impasse over funding for a border wall.

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