Shutdown takes a bite out of business in South Florida
Clip: 01/16/2019 | 6m 35s
The gates are open at the Everglades National Park, but with no one to collect entry fees, business is drying up. The partial government shutdown couldn't come at a worse time for the region, which depends on tourists and is suffering its second bad season in a row. From TSA officers to hurricane scientists, John Yang reports on how residents are hurting.
Aired: 01/16/19Video has closed captioning.