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Posted at 09:25 AM ET, 04/05/2011

Government shutdown: What are they telling you?

An employee of the National Air and Space Museum hangs a sign explaining the reason for the museum’s closure during a Nov. 1995 government shutdown. (AFP)
Now that the Obama administration is instructing top agency bosses to start sharing the details of shutdown contingency plans with top career officials, we’re curious what federal workers are being told: If a shutdown occurs, will you have to work? Are you “essential” or “non-essential”?

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