Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) said this week that he's worried the partial government shutdown could affect next month's Super Bowl, which will be held in Atlanta


Story at Q as the partial government shutdown enters its fifth week portions of government are bracing for what's to come. Georgia Republican Senator Johnny Isakson says he fears a lack of TSA screeners will make it impossible for travelers to come to Atlanta for the Super Bowl next month. Three hundred sixty six of the N T S B's three hundred ninety seven employees are currently furlough due to the government shutdown which will halt investigations into transportation, accidents and crashes until the government receives funding. But experts say that important evidence could be lost. In the meantime, the federal court system, including the supreme court is running out of money and can only sustain funded operations through January twenty fifth and in heading to the three day weekend. There are no plans for

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