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Senate Republicans demand major immigration reform in anti-shutdown bill

  • The Democratic-led US Senate is working on a stopgap funding bill to prevent another government shutdown, while House Republicans are demanding budget cuts and stricter immigration measures at the US-Mexico border.
  • House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy suggested that addressing border issues in the Senate's stopgap measure could avoid a government shutdown.
  • The debate over funding and immigration continues to be a point of contention between Democrats and Republicans, with potential consequences for government operations.
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