‘It feels like we are still hostages’: Federal contractors who lost health insurance during shutdown remain in limbo

Politics The Washington Post

For one firm, the tight margins of federal work meant it wasn’t able to pay its health insurance premium, leading to a lapse in coverage for employees who also lost five weeks of wages. Now they’re bracing for the possibility of another shutdown after Feb. 15. …

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