Winners & losers of the shutdown

Published: Oct 17 2013 12:39:23 PM EDT

The government is open. The debt ceiling is lifted. But in every fight, there are winners and losers, and this fight is no exception.

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The government is open. The debt limit is lifted. The fight is over. But in every fight, there are winners and losers, and this fight is no exception. Here's a look at who won and who lost during the shutdown/debt ceiling crisis:

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