(Luis Velarde /The Washington Post)
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Furloughed workers join volunteers to clean up national parks as shutdown continues
Furloughed federal workers joined volunteers to clean up trash on the Mall as the partial government shutdown grinds on. Across the country, many are also stepping in after national parks were left largely unsupervised.
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