House Approves Spending Bills to Avert Government Shutdown

The House approved two spending bills on Tuesday to avert another government shutdown, sending the legislation to the upper chamber for another vote.

The House on Tuesday approved $1.4 trillion in spending in a pair of bills funding the federal government for the rest of the fiscal year.

The House overwhelmingly passed the pair of bills, with the first passing on a 297-120 vote and the second passing 280-138. Both measures now head to the Senate.

Continue reading the full article at The Hill.

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