Like an NFL offense in a two-minute drill, officials are scrambling to shake off the post-shutdown hangover and get ready for next weekend’s Super Bowl at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
It’s too soon to say whether Friday’s deal ending the government shutdown for at least 21 days will help avoid travel disruptions and security issues during the Super Bowl.
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