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Federal Workers Struggle As Now Longest Ever Government Shutdown Continues

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Federal Workers Struggle As Now Longest Ever Government Shutdown Continues

Federal Workers Struggle As Now Longest Ever Government Shutdown Continues

Congress passed a bill Friday that will give workers affected by the government shutdown back pay when the shutdown ends.

President Trump says he'll sign it. 

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