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October 17, 2013 5:36 PM

Our View: Denham disappoints with his vote to continue shutdown

Three of the four members of Congress from our region voted predictably Wednesday night on the deal to end the partial government shutdown. Democrats Jim Costa, who represents all of Merced County, and Jerry McNerney, who represents part of San Joaquin County, voted to approve the legislation, which included raising the debt ceiling through January.

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