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Here’s what will be affected if there’s a state government shutdown at end of June

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SEATTLE — If the state Legislature doesn’t pass a state budget by the end of this month, when the current fiscal year ends, the government will be forced to shut down.

The state estimates nearly 32,000 public employees will be sent home and many government services will stop.

The Office of Financial management is showing us for the first time what exactly will be affected.

Q13 News anchor Jamie Tompkins has more in this video report.

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