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Many federal employees are working without pay during what's become longest-ever government shutdown. NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Mike Gayzagian, a TSA worker and local American Federation of Government Employees president.

TSA Worker: ‘They’re Forcing A Choice Between Aviation Security And Border Security’

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