(Luis Velarde /The Washington Post)
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Dirty parks, closed museums: The government shutdown grinds on
The closing of Washington’s star attractions has left many tourists and furloughed locals frustrated with both President Trump and Congress. Litter also decorates the city’s top sites.
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