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Members of the U.S. Coast Guard working without pay during the government shutdown and their families pick up produce, eggs, milk, bread and other supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the U.S. Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New Hampshire, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Members of the U.S. Coast Guard working without pay during the government shutdown and their families pick up produce, eggs, milk, bread and other supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the U.S. Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New...more

Members of the U.S. Coast Guard working without pay during the government shutdown and their families pick up produce, eggs, milk, bread and other supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the U.S. Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New Hampshire, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Katie Buller, the wife of a member of the Coast Guard working without pay, picks up supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New Hampshire, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Katie Buller, the wife of a member of the Coast Guard working without pay, picks up supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New Hampshire, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Katie Buller, the wife of a member of the Coast Guard working without pay, picks up supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New Hampshire, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Ashley Lachey and her 7-year-old daughter Emily, the wife and daughter of a member of the Coast Guard working without pay, pick up supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New Hampshire, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Ashley Lachey and her 7-year-old daughter Emily, the wife and daughter of a member of the Coast Guard working without pay, pick up supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New...more

Ashley Lachey and her 7-year-old daughter Emily, the wife and daughter of a member of the Coast Guard working without pay, pick up supplies being distributed by Gather food pantry at the Coast Guard Portsmouth Harbor base in New Castle, New Hampshire, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employee receives a donation at a food distribution center for federal workers impacted by the government shutdown, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employee receives a donation at a food distribution center for federal workers impacted by the government shutdown, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employee receives a donation at a food distribution center for federal workers impacted by the government shutdown, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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A government employee receives donations at a food distribution center for federal workers at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

A government employee receives donations at a food distribution center for federal workers at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

A government employee receives donations at a food distribution center for federal workers at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Government employees receive donations at a food distribution center for federal workers at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Government employees receive donations at a food distribution center for federal workers at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Government employees receive donations at a food distribution center for federal workers at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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TSA worker Ebony Grays wipes away tears after receiving food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14.   
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TSA worker Ebony Grays wipes away tears after receiving food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

TSA worker Ebony Grays wipes away tears after receiving food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
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Federal workers left unpaid or furloughed stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16.   REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers left unpaid or furloughed stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers left unpaid or furloughed stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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A U.S. Park Police officer wears her badge as proof of being a federal employee as she and fellow workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen in Washington, January 16.     REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

A U.S. Park Police officer wears her badge as proof of being a federal employee as she and fellow workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

A U.S. Park Police officer wears her badge as proof of being a federal employee as she and fellow workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Federal workers collect a free bag of groceries from Kraft Foods in Washington, January 17. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Federal workers collect a free bag of groceries from Kraft Foods in Washington, January 17. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Federal workers collect a free bag of groceries from Kraft Foods in Washington, January 17. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
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Nate Manning helps his friend and TSA worker Ebony Grays hold a box of food she received at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14.    REUTERS/Joshua Lott

Nate Manning helps his friend and TSA worker Ebony Grays hold a box of food she received at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

Nate Manning helps his friend and TSA worker Ebony Grays hold a box of food she received at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
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Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen in Washington, January 16.    REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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A TSA worker receives food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

A TSA worker receives food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

A TSA worker receives food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
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Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16.   REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Federal workers stand in line for fresh food and coffee at the World Central Kitchen, a volunteer emergency kitchen run by Chef Jose Andres, in Washington, January 16. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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TSA workers Ebony Grays (L) and John Salinas wait for their number to be called before collecting food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14.  
 REUTERS/Joshua Lott

TSA workers Ebony Grays (L) and John Salinas wait for their number to be called before collecting food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

TSA workers Ebony Grays (L) and John Salinas wait for their number to be called before collecting food at the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
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A TSA agent shows two food cards he received during a rally and press conference at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, January 16. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A TSA agent shows two food cards he received during a rally and press conference at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, January 16. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A TSA agent shows two food cards he received during a rally and press conference at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, January 16. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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TSA agents sign up for food cards following a rally and press conference at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, January 16. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TSA agents sign up for food cards following a rally and press conference at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, January 16. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TSA agents sign up for food cards following a rally and press conference at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, January 16. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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A TSA worker walks to her vehicle after receiving food from the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14.    
 REUTERS/Joshua Lott

A TSA worker walks to her vehicle after receiving food from the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

A TSA worker walks to her vehicle after receiving food from the Lakeview Pantry in Chicago, January 14. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
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