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Federal Eye
Posted at 01:44 PM ET, 04/11/2011

Government shutdown averted: Back to work

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In the video chat above, The Federal Eye explains how preparations for a government shutdown disrupted federal operations across the country and fields questions on what the budget compromises might include.

The Eye discussed similar topics on Monday’s “Fox 5 Morning News.” See the clip after the jump:

RELATED: Full Washington Post government shutdown/federal budget coverage

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