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Politics: Government Shutdown #1069609

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 12, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) The impact of the government shutdown, including the holdup in aid to ranchers who lost cattle in a blizzard in South Dakota because the Farm Bill is delayed, the suspension of crabbing for the cast of “The Deadliest Catch” because quotas are not being set, and the suspension of approvals of new beers, reviewed; photo shown from Meade County, South Dakota. [Crab fisherman Capt. Keith COLBURN†- asks Congress to end the shutdown.] Live discussion held with CNNMoney senior writer Jeanne Sahadi about the effect of the shutdown and the looming deadline for the debt ceiling. [SAHADI – notes the damage to the economy; explains what will happen if we hit the debt ceiling; mentions possible damage to 401Ks, stocks, and the bond market.]
Lemon, Don

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