A Michigan Michigan restaurant owner offers Coast Guard members free food during the government's downfall, claiming "[lawmakers] do not think of these people" affected by the stalemate.
"They now have car payments, they now have house payments, they now have to pay for their children's braces," said Joe Durm, owner of Java Joe's Cafe, in a statement to WPBN. "This is what annoys me without end."
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Java Java, located in St. Ignace in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, announced Thursday's policy on Facebook first to become aware that members of the Coast Guard unlike other military sectors will be affected.
"Good evening, Saint Ignace," began the news. "Java Joe has just noticed that the Coast Guard is not paid during this government deal. Therefore, Java Joe will give each Coast Guard member a complimentary breakfast. "
The decision was soon praised by customers on Facebook and also claimed by some clients to be a Coast Guard himself.
"Kudos to Java Joes!" Wrote a commentator. "As a reserve in the US Coast Guard, I vow to visit your company (as a paying customer, of course) as often as possible when I have received my transfer to St Ignace Station!"
"We were stationed at St. Ignace ten years ago [ed]," said another. "We are still in the Coast Guard and would like to thank you."
"They are awesome !!! Thank you for recognizing our USCG! "Added a woman claiming to have two sons and a daughter-in-law in the Coast Guard. " [It’s] As little as I can, "wrote Java Joe's Café in response to the messages.
SEE IT Despite the closure, the US Coast Guard may issue a one-time paycheck to its employees on December 31, though upcoming paychecks will allow for this in a blog post on Coast Guard's All Hands, the of the official Guaranteed Twitter Guarantee Guarantee Guarantee.
The US Coast Guard directed trailers to the blog post for additional salary issues during the closure.
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The partial closure, which took effect on December 22 at midnight, forced hundreds of thousands of workers and L's a non-entrepreneur, working at home or working without work. 19659007] The decision The government came to a standstill for a spending law – particularly in relation to the financing of border security – to a halt, with President Trump blaming the democratic legislatures, even though he had previously been in an Oval Office meeting with the minority leader of the House Chuck Schumer had commented to Nancy Pelosi and the Senate Democratic Senate that he would take "the cloak" for a shutdown.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn and Alex Papas contributed to this report.