That device's common-mode input range doesn't extend to either supply rail...
...- so you can't put the shunt at 0V.
The common mode range is limited on the negative side...
If I did put the shunt at 0V, would I be giving up the low range? In other words, would the circuit work correctly until the voltage across the shunt approached zero?
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