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Countdown to the government shutdown

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Many members of Congress found time to play the blame game, as the government remains on the brink of a shutdown. The new spending bill would keep the government operating while stopping aspects of the new healthcare law, but the Senate says that won’t work. NBC’s Chuck Todd reports.