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Friday evening, as the shutdown bordered on becoming the longest in U.S. history, hundreds of furloughed workers gathered in Montgomery County, Md., to share a meal.

Government Shutdown Hits Furloughed Families, Maryland Community At Large

By Rebecca Ellis NPR
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