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Web Extra: Rep. Tim Griffin on Possible Government Shutdown

The deadline for Congress to agree on funding bill is midnight tonight.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - As a deadline looms for the U.S. Congress to avoid a government shutdown, Arkansas's Second District representative is sharing insight on what's happening in Washington.

House Republicans will add language to the Senate-passed government funding bill to delay the individual mandate in Obamacare for one year, as well as to repeal a medical device tax.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has already said he won't accept any Obamacare-related changes to the government funding bill. The House is expected to vote as early as Saturday on this revised measure.

This morning on KARk 4 Today, Congressman Tim Griffin shared details on the latest in the budget debate.
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