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Politics: Government Shutdown / Obamacare #1057717

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 29, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) The latest developments in the debate over a budget deal to avoid a government shutdown reviewed; photo shown of President Obama meeting with staff. [Last night at the House, Representative David SCOTT†, MAN - offer differing viewpoints.] The coming start of Obamacare noted. Live interview held with Senator Richard Blumenthal† about Obamacare. [On the phone, voice of BLUMENTHAL – says an aspect that needs attention is its effect on businesses; says the way to address these issues is not to hold hostage the entire nation; says it’s bad for the economy; says he has a sliver of hope there won’t be a shutdown; supports compromise.]
Lemon, Don

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