Digging out of the backlog of work that piled up during the 35-day government shutdown could take weeks, or even months. Washington Post reporter Juliet Eilperin joins us to discuss the task ahead as many federal employees return to their jobs. Also, "This fabric of life that we exist [in] today is dependent upon the fungal networks that we walk upon with every footstep that we take," author and mycologist Paul Stamets tells Here & Now's Robin Young. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's Jan. 28, 2019 full broadcast.
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