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As the partial government shutdown drags on, more people, organizations and entire state governments are feeling the pain. The trickle-down in places like Texas blossoms as the shutdown continues.

Lack Of Data Processing During Government Shutdown Compounds Economic Effects

By Wade Goodwyn NPR
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