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Democrats warn of potential government shutdown as Biden calls meeting with lawmakers

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President Joe Biden will host congressional leaders in negotiations to avert a partial government shutdown that would take effect if funding action is not passed by the end of the week. NBC News’ Julie Tsirkin reports on how lawmakers will need to also avert a full government shutdown by March 8, but there are no bills ready to be voted on.