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Shutdown is irresponsible; it's cosing too many people too much

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To The Daily Sun,
I don't know where Mr. Ewing gets his news because it certainly differs from what my sources tell me.
Today, I read these headlines: "Senate Leaders Near Fiscal Deal but the House is Uncertain" in the New York Times, "Senate Leaders Close to Deal on Shutdown, Debt Ceiling" in the Washington Post and "Senate Nears Deal on Debt, Shutdown" in the Wall Street Journal.
The shut down is irresponsible and is costing too many people too much. But I urge Mr. Ewing to lay blame in the appropriate place.
Kate Miller
Meredith