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Red States: Are You Learning? Will You?

We are now in a record government shutdown, and it looks like it will continue for a while.  The reason?  A “wall” which objectively is unnecessary, a President who boxed himself in, and a Senate Majority Leader too spineless to put budget bills to a vote, because he doesn’t want to override a veto.  The news is full of the problems federal workers face either being out of work with no pay, or worse, having to work without pay.   The national media focuses on the easily available stories in Washington and other large cities, but it’s national in scope. But that’s not the only bad news.

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