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McConnell announces Senate Republicans won’t let bipartisan spending bill advance

  • Senate Republicans are planning to block the advancement of a bipartisan spending bill that includes $6 billion in Ukraine aid and disaster aid. This move comes despite the fact that they are not necessarily opposed to the underlying bill.
  • House Republicans want to pass a continuing resolution that does not include funding for Ukraine, while Senate Republicans are pulling back their support for their own measure. However, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell expects the House to bring over a bipartisan agreement.
  • McConnell anticipates that most of his members will vote against cloture, even if they don't oppose the underlying bill. This highlights the growing division within the Republican party on the issue.
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