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What a government shutdown could look like

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NBC’s Tom Costello reports on the repercussions of the looming government shutdown and the impact on court reserve funds, postal services, and national parks. According to researchers, the aftermath of the shutdown could force the military to pay its members in IOUs instead of paychecks.