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800,000 Federal Workers Back On The Job Monday

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800,000 Federal Workers Back On The Job Monday

800,000 Federal Workers Back On The Job Monday

Hundreds of thousands of federal workers will return to their jobs on Monday now that the government shutdown is over.

Sen.

Chuck Schumer is doing everything he can to make sure they receive back pay quickly.

TV 10/55's Alice Gainer reports

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