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"It's not just the 800,000 people who aren't getting paychecks—it's their families, the daycare centers being housed in government buildings that are shut down. It's the Uber drivers, the taxi drivers. This has huge ripple effects."—@dgibber123 on the shutdown #MTPDaily
.@chefjoseandres: "We cannot have a single mother with children, going hungry, because a government that is supposed to be supporting the people is doing the contrary, they're taking the people hostage." https://t.co/iBolmkulJe
Because of the shutdown, compounding pharmacies are no longer being regularly inspected by FDA.

These companies make drugs for people who need customized products, and are already under fire for their limited government oversight. https://t.co/lwrCk7tZy1
Aparna Kumar, DIG, ITBP: It was very difficult because you need to work, take care of the family & take out time. I trained regularly & sacrificed a lot of things which people take for granted. My next expedition will be for North Pole, scheduled for April.
Police say the suspects abandoned their vehicle after a police chase from south St. Louis County to East St. Louis, Illinois. #breakingnews. They are still looking for 3 people who ran from the Dodge Charger. More info: https://t.co/tGsQZx8oce
Yvette Hicks says she has to ration her children’s asthma medication because of the government shutdown, which she says began on her first day as a security officer for the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. She joins Full Circle; tune in 6:25p ET https://t.co/4xkxuhblZU
Yvette Hicks says she has to ration her children’s asthma medication because of the government shutdown, which she says began on her first day as a security officer for the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. She joins Full Circle; tune in 6:25p ET https://t.co/A2v26yxawk
"Smart kids from diverse backgrounds won't apply because they think they won't fit in, because they don't see people like them; so the demographic will never change, so the view will persist. Is it right for me? I've got to decide by May." https://t.co/qIXztLcCEU
.@BebeRexha says that many designers have told her they don't want to dress her for the awards because she's "too big." https://t.co/80ckiMHHzo
75% of people now say they trust their employer to do what is right, according to the Edelman Trust Barometer. "The moment is now for business because trust has actually moved to local," says CEO Richard Edelman. https://t.co/xJmSZHwB53
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