Breaking A Senate Bill Passed A Test Vote To Keep The Government Open

The swirl of lies, deception, and deals has begun. A potential government shutdown is once again on the horizon. However, a senate bill just passed a “test” vote, this bill could keep the government open until December 11th. This bill has yet to be truly rolled out, and has yet to pass the house.

A Senate bill to keep the government open past midnight Wednesday cleared a procedural hurdle on Monday. The bill would fund the federal government through Dec. 11. Without a funding extension, the federal government would partially shut down on Oct. 1. Monday’s 77-to-19 vote sets up a vote on final passage in the Senate. The House would also need to vote on the bill.

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Robert Schroeder. “Senate bill keeping government open clears test vote.” Market Watch. . (): . .

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Yes but will congress pass it? Probably not. They just want to calm people possibly.