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Kamala Harris seeks ends to shutdown, reopening of federal government as 800,000 workers go without pay

DNA Friday, 25 January 2019
Kamala Harris, who recently announced her presidential bid for 2020, has sought an end to the unprecedented government shutdown and asked for earliest reopening of the federal government.
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