By all accounts this wasn’t a pretty year for Congress. Connecticut and New York lawmakers in Washington say they are as upset about it as voters.
Members of Congress from Connecticut and New York say they're relieved after they helped flip the government's lights back on and avoid a default.
Matt Laslo reports the sixteen day government shutdown not only frayed the nerves of furloughed federal workers and contractors in the region, it also frayed the Republican Party.
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