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Volunteers bring free meals to federal workers

USATODAY.com Thursday, 24 January 2019
Volunteers bring free meals to federal workersDozens of Transportation Security Agents are faced with a grim possibility, a second paycheck amounting to zero amid the government shutdown. One Houston nonprofit is showing up at the city’s airports to give beleaguered agents free meals. (Jan. 24)
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News video: Jon Bon Jovi Is Providing Free Meals To Federal Workers

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It's been 31 days since the government was first partially shutdown and many federal employees are turning to food banks in order to feed themselves and their families. According to CNN, Jon Bon Jovi is the latest celebrity to help out government workers who haven't been paid during the government...

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