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Border Security Funding Talks Stalled, Government Shutdown Looms

NPR Sunday, 10 February 2019 ()
Border Security Funding Talks Stalled, Government Shutdown LoomsIf an agreement isn't reached by Friday at midnight, the government could partially shut down again, just three weeks after the end of a 35-day partial government shutdown.
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News video: U.S. lawmakers hit tentative deal to avoid shutdown

▶ U.S. lawmakers hit tentative deal to avoid shutdown 01:00

U.S. Republican Senator Richard Shelby tells reporters that congressional negotiators have reached a tentative deal on border security funding to avert another partial government shutdown due to start on Saturday, February 16. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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