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Bipartisan Effort Halts Clock on Shutdown, Buying More Time for Funding Bill

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Bipartisan Effort Halts Clock on Shutdown, Buying More Time for Funding Bill

Bipartisanship emerged victorious in the halls of Congress this weekend, as leaders from both sides secured a temporary funding agreement that staves off a potential government shutdown for at least the next two months. The eleventh-hour deal, announced on Sunday, buys crucial time for lawmakers to finalize the $1.59 trillion appropriations bill for fiscal year 2024.

Rory O'Neill reports.

The stopgap measure, known as a continuing resolution (CR), operates in two phases. The first extends funding for government agencies currently set to expire on Friday, January 19th, to March 1st. The second phase applies to. . .

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