The House voted 301-123 on Sept. 19 to pass a stopgap continuing resolution to keep the federal government funded through Nov. 21, and the Senate is expected to vote on the measure next week. Federal funding is slated to expire at midnight Sept. 30, signaling the end of the fiscal year. Passing a continuing resolution buys Democrats and Republicans more time to reach consensus on fiscal 2020 appropriations bills. “While the House did its work and passed 12 appropriations bills ...
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