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Tell Us: Now That The Government Is Reopening, What's Next?

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The government is set to reopen after 35 days, the longest partial shutdown in history. Over the past month, the effects of the shutdown grew and rippled — from missed paychecks to court delays.

NPR will be checking in with workers and agencies as they get back to work and dig out of a monthlong hiatus.

Fill out the form below, and tell us about the first things you need to do when you get back on the job or other ways the reopening of the government is — or isn't — working. Someone from NPR may be in touch.

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