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Republicans remain divided as shutdown looms

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Lawmakers barely have 100 hours to figure out how to keep the government funded before its scheduled shutdown date of Oct. 1, but many lawmakers are still divided on how best to keep the government operating. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.