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Furloughed Workers Return to Work
MIAMI VALLEY -- We are now on day seven of the government shutdown, but even with many offices closing, some civilian workers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will be heading back to work this morning.
Congress took some action this weekend.
Chuck Hagel, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, announced that nearly 400,000 government employees would return to work. And that means thousands of civilian employees at WPAFB will also be able to get back to work.
Last week, when the shutdown first started, Wright-Patt had to furlough about 8,700 employees. Only about 3,200 employees considered essential were allowed to remain at work.
The "Pay our Military Act" passed last week ensured that the military would not have their paychecks delayed because of the shutdown. Under the deal, workers will also get paid for the days they have missed because of the shutdown.
The shutdown still left some visitors upset over the weekend. This Monday morning the Air Force Museum will reopen at 9:00.
It is still not clear exactly how many employees at Wright-Patt will be able to return to work today.
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