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With House Republicans in turmoil, colleagues implore GOP holdouts not to shut down government

  • Allies of Speaker Kevin McCarthy are urging Republican colleagues to drop hardline tactics and work together to approve a conservative spending plan in order to prevent a federal shutdown.
  • Some conservative holdouts, such as Rep. Matt Rosendale, remain firm in their position and are refusing to consider a stopgap measure to keep the government funded. Despite this, Republican leaders are pleading with holdouts to support McCarthy's plan.
  • As the House faces a potential shutdown, the White House has instructed federal agencies to prepare for this possibility. Congress is scrambling to find a solution before the September 30 deadline.
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