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Lindsey Fortunato grew up hearing about the family’s construction business around the dinner table every night. More than three decades later, she is CEO of Berlin-based Fortunato Construction.
The federal government is heading toward a shutdown unless Congress passes funding legislation that is signed into law before Oct. 1.
Hundreds of thousands of government workers won't get paid until the shutdown is over, and many federal government services will be suspended.
Economists say the longer the shutdown lasts, the more severe the effects will be.
According to accounting firm EY, a shutdown would take 0.1 of a percentage point off of GDP every week.
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