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PBS NEWSHOUR

Oklahomans grapple with shutdown's impact on resources

  • Aired: 10/14/2013
  • 05:42
  • Rating: NR
It's not just the estimated 40,000 furloughed federal employees in Oklahoma who are feeling the effects of the shutdown, but also non-profit organizations, businesses and the growing number of citizens that rely on government-funded programs. Bob Sands of public station OETA reports on the impact being felt across the state.
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