In a display of bipartisan cooperation, the halls of the Capitol echoed with relief as the House successfully navigated a potential government shutdown. The legislative triumph unfolded on Tuesday when a crucial stopgap bill, designed to avert the looming crisis, received resounding support.
In a carefully orchestrated move, House members rallied behind a Republican-backed plan that outlines funding provisions. Under this strategic blueprint, specific departments are slated to receive financial support until mid-January, with the remainder set to be funded through early February, all at existing spending levels.
The passage of the bill not only underscores the House. . .