House votes to avert shutdown with approval of funding bill
WASHINGTON — The House approved a temporary money bill Thursday to prevent a government shutdown, as lawmakers scrambled to wrap up business before a Christmas break. The stopgap measure would continue federal operations after funding expires Friday for a few more weeks, setting up another deadline for Jan. 19. But it would leave undone a long…
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