Alaska’s Federal Workers Speak Out On Shutdown

This morning, hundreds of workers trickled out of Juneau’s federal office carrying boxes of personal items, plants, and even pet fish — basically, any personal items they might want during their furlough. They won’t be allowed back to their desk until Congress agrees to fund the federal government. APRN’s Alexandra Gutierrez caught up with some of these workers Tuesday and brings us their voices on dealing with the shutdown.

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