No more free burgers for furloughed workers

It's a shame that Z-Burger in Washington, D.C., just had to backtrack on its previous offer of free burgers for furloughed workers, due to overwhelming demand. "I wanted to do something nice for the federal workers [but] every day, we are giving away $30,000 worth of food. It's going to put me out of business," Z-Burger owner Peter Tabibian told HuffPost  Story

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