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U.S. Congress approves stopgap funding bill ahead of gov't shutdown deadline

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US House of Representatives has approved a stopgap funding bill to fund the government through mid-December. The House on Friday night cleared the bill on a 230-201 vote, sending it to President Joe Biden for his signature. The previous day, the Senate voted 72-25 to approve the so-called continuing resolution.
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U.S. Congress approves stopgap funding bill ahead of gov't shutdown deadline

WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved a stopgap funding bill to fund the government through mid-December, following a Senate passage on Thursday. Read full story

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US Congress approves stopgap funding bill ahead of govt shutdown deadline

Washington: The US House of Representatives has approved a stopgap funding bill to fund the government through mid-December, following a Senate passage. The House on Friday night cleared the bill on a 230-201 vote, sending it to President Joe Biden for his signature. The previous day, the Senate voted 72-25. The so-called continuing resolution would prevent…

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Hours ahead of shutdown deadline, U.S. House sends Biden stopgap spending bill - Now Habersham

WASHINGTON (GA Recorder) — U.S. House members, mostly along party lines, cleared a spending package Friday that would bolster funding for natural disaster response, though with Hurricane Ian still battering the Southeast, lawmakers will likely need to approve another aid bill later this year.The measure would provide $2.5 billion in assistance for the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire that destroyed parts of New Mexico this spring, $2 billion in Co…

2 months ago·Habersham County, United States
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Hours ahead of shutdown deadline, U.S. House sends Biden stopgap spending bill

WASHINGTON — U.S. House members, mostly along party lines, cleared a spending package Friday that would bolster funding for natural disaster response, though with Hurricane Ian still battering the Southeast,

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