Senate Passes Border Bill After House Passes Different Version

The Senate passes a border bill just one day after the House passes a different version, setting the stage for possible political gridlock.

The Senate passed a $4.6 billion emergency spending bill for the southern border, one day after the House approved its own legislation.

House and Senate leaders must now decide whether to reconcile their conflicting proposals or dismiss lawmakers for a week-long recess without addressing the growing humanitarian crisis.

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