Bipartisan Cooperation Urged as Deadline Approaches
In a race against time, the United States Senate is striving to pass a short-term funding bill next week to avert a potential government shutdown after November 17th. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer emphasized the need for bipartisan cooperation to reach a consensus and prevent disruptions in federal operations.
Schumer urged House Speaker Mike Johnson to steer clear of hard-right "poison pills" that lack support from Democrats. The call for collaboration comes as lawmakers grapple with the looming deadline and work to negotiate a spending measure that can secure bipartisan. . .