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Law Enforcement Agencies Squeezed By U.S. Government Shutdown

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Law Enforcement Agencies Squeezed By U.S. Government Shutdown

Law Enforcement Agencies Squeezed By U.S. Government Shutdown

According to Reuters, federal law enforcement agencies that keep Americans safe, are starting to feel the strain of the U.S. government shutdown, in its 21st day, with agents working for no pay and investigations delayed.

Most employees at federal law enforcement agencies - from the FBI and DEA, have kept working since Trump’s demands on the wall triggered the shutdown on Dec.

22.

On Friday, many of roughly 800,000 shutdown-affected federal workers will miss their first paychecks.

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