Politics & Government

October 2, 2013 5:18 PM

Some lawmakers giving away or withholding pay during shutdown

In a show of solidarity with furloughed government workers, dozens of members of Congress announced this week that they are having their paychecks withheld or are donating the money to charity during the shutdown.

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