Pulling all-nighter

Goodin, Emily; Herb, Jeremy
October 2013
Hill;10/1/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 110, p19
The article focuses of the forced responsibility of several Democratic Senators in the U.S. to act as presiding officer for 24 hours because of the issue of government shutdown.


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