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Sen. Donnelly Donating Pay He Received During Government Shutdown

Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly received $5,000 pay for the 16 days that the government was shutdown in October, but he's donating that money to ten food banks in Indiana. Terre Haute Catholic Charities is one of the food banks that will receive a donation.
Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly is donating his take-home pay he received during the government shutdown and a local charity is getting some of it.

Donnelly received $5,000 pay for the 16 days that the government was shutdown in October.

However, he's donating that money to food banks across the state, including Terre Haute Catholic Charities.

They'll get a check for $500.

Nine other charities in Indiana will get that same amount as well.
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