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Shutdown ‘Tip of the iceberg’ for divided congress, Hoagland says

By Bloomberg
05 January 2019   |   6:30 am
Bill Hoagland, senior vice president at Bipartisan Policy Center, discusses the battle over the partial government shutdown and uncertainty for U.S. businesses.

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