KSAT: Day of unity in contrast to stalemate over federal government shutdown

A day of unity during the nation’s largest Martin Luther King Jr. March on Monday was in sharp contrast to the stalemate over America’s longest-running government shutdown, which is now in day 31.

The shutdown was on the mind of U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, a Democrat, as he joined thousands of others in the march.

“What we need is a shutdown of bigotry, racism and some leadership there to put all of our people together for the betterment of our country,” he said.

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