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Rep. Katherine Clark On A Possible Government Shutdown And The Fight Over Infrastructure

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A sign is posted on a fence near an entrance to the Bunker Hill Monument Dec. 24 in Boston. The historic site, erected to commemorate the Revolutionary War Battle of Bunker Hill, and run by the National Park Service, was closed due to a partial federal government shutdown. (Steven Senne/AP)
A sign is posted on a fence near an entrance to the Bunker Hill Monument Dec. 24 in Boston. The historic site, erected to commemorate the Revolutionary War Battle of Bunker Hill, and run by the National Park Service, was closed due to a partial federal government shutdown. (Steven Senne/AP)
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There's a lot going on in Washington, D.C. The federal government faces a possible partial shut down at midnight Thursday. Here in Massachusetts, a government shutdown could mean that thousands of local, non-essential federal employees eventually stop getting paid. Why these looming potential crises? It's a battle for leverage on infrastructure. We discuss with Massachusetts Congresswoman and Assistant House Speaker Katherine Clark.

This segment aired on September 28, 2021.

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