Minnesota Shop Offers Aid to Government Workers

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Jan. 16, 2019—Signal Garage Auto Repair in St. Paul and West St. Paul, Minn., is giving back to government workers who are affected by the government shut down, according to MPR News. Owner, Rami Derhy is offering free labor for auto repair to government workers who bring their vehicles in. 

According to MPR News, the offer provides up to $250 dollars of free labor.

“We are not trying to start a political discussion” Derhy said in a well-time news release. “But today marks the 24th day of the government shut down that deprives thousands of American working people from earning a paycheck, and we can at least help some of our neighbors in the community that have been supporting our family business for nearly 50 years by giving something back.”

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