Shutdown Means Food Could Be Less Safe, Cost More

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By Zlati Meyer

Days after President Donald Trump’s televised address about why he wants $5.7 billion to build a security wall along the U.S.’s southern border, the federal government shutdown continues.

It is affecting everything from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and airport security to the National Weather Service and business owners who want Small Business Administration loans.

While some of those things you can temporarily do without—think trips to national parks—food is vital to life.

Here’s a

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