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Congress Looks To Bring Spending Bill To Floor Thursday

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Congressional negotiators are working to finalize a funding bill with the hope of avoiding another government shutdown on Friday night. Politico reports House Democratic and Republican leaders briefed their rank-and-file members Wednesday on the package. The deal appears to have broad support from both parties but there is uncertainty regarding if the president will sign it. The legislation will be presented on the House floor tomorrow.

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