Is the government shutdown affecting your personal finances?
After Congressional leaders could not come to an agreement on how to fund the government, a partial shutdown took place Tuesday. While South Floridians would still receive social security, Medicare and unemployment benefits, there will be delays to approve new loans and Everglades National Park will close, among other services. Miami Herald and WLRN are talking to locals about how the shutdown will affect them.
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