EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, - JANUARY 02: A lock is seen on the gate leading to the Nike Missile Base at the Everglades National Park during the 12th day of a partial government shutdown on January 02, 2019 in Everglades National Park, United States. The site is closed as a private nonprofit group keeps open most of the rest of the park for visitors during the shutdown. Thousands of National Park Rangers have been furloughed waiting for Congress and President Donald Trump to reach a deal to fund the government. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The effects of the federal government shutdown might have been muted at first, but entering the third week, the effects are now being felt in Kansas City.
Reporters Steven Dial and Nick Starling break down what impact, if any
, new Kansas City-area lawmakers Sen. Josh Hawley (R–Missouri) and Rep. Sharice Davids (D–Kansas) might have on ending the stalemate.
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