WWII Vets Enter Memorial Despite Shutdown

Members of Congress help Honor Flights cross barriers on day two of the government shutdown.
0:28 | 10/02/13

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We're two veterans making their way to the World War II memorial yesterday despite the government shutdown which closed a lot of -- all the parks across -- country and today a very similar scene and different today. Members of congress Republicans and Democrats -- from the senate and from the house greeted these World War II veterans that were coming and on an honor flight from Chicago. Making their way through World War II memorial that.

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