How the Government Shutdown Could Affect the Super Bowl


If the US government shutdown continues into February, it's possible that the Super Bowl could get caught up in the fumble. 

While the FBI has assured that the sporting event will be safe, the big game could be affected in other ways. 

With the Federal Communications Commission suspending some operations, products needing approval from the agency before being allowed in advertisements might not make it the commercial breaks. 

TSA agents aren't receiving a paycheck and with an expected 100,000 to 115,000 people coming through Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, fans could face significant delays.


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