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Online reports say lawmakers drinking during late-night sessions to prevent government shutdown

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Reports of lawmakers drinking during late-night sessions ahead of a potential government shutdown have spread online.

The DailyMailOnline reports that Politico reporter Ginger Gibson tweeted: 'I'm not over exaggerating when I say I can smell the booze wafting from members as they walk off the floor.'

Another post by the DailyMailOnline displays Twitter posts by Kate Nocera, a BuzzFeed reporter on Capitol Hill. She posted a that she ran into lawmakers at a DC liquor store.

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2437272/Congress-members-seen-drinking-late-night-debate-brakes-Obamacare.html

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