Louisville resident J.T. Henderson was featured on ABC News last night, responding to the looming federal government shutdown and its consequences on average Americans.
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Henderson chided leaders in Washington for posturing while his family worries about a much needed tax refund, which would be delayed if the government ceases certain services. During a press conference on the continued budget negotiations with congressional leaders, President Barack Obama named dropped Henderson and his situation, saying their decisions have “real consequences for real people.”
According to his Twitter account, Henderson will be on MSNBC later this morning.