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Thousands of IRS workers have been called back to work without pay. NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Danny Werfel, acting IRS commissioner during the 2013 shutdown, about a shutdown's effect on operations.

Disruptions Expected As Furloughed IRS Workers Called Back To Work Without Pay

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