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Boehner, Obama Meet But Make No Progress On Deal To End Shutdown

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Boehner, Obama Meet But Make No Progress On Deal To End Shutdown

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Boehner, Obama Meet But Make No Progress On Deal To End Shutdown

Boehner, Obama Meet But Make No Progress On Deal To End Shutdown

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Day two of the government shutdown is nearing its finish, with no end in sight. And that's in spite of talks at the White House late today. President Obama met with House Speaker John Boehner for over an hour Wednesday evening. The meeting failed to produce a deal that would end the federal government shutdown.

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