On Saturday, the US Senate enacted a last-minute budget package, preventing a government shutdown that would have had disastrous consequences for the American people and economy. The Senate voted to approve the continuing resolution three hours before the federal government would have been shut down at 12:01 am. The bill now goes to President Joe Biden’s desk for his signature. If signed into law by Biden, the plan would allow the government to remain open for 45 days, allowing the House and Senate extra time to complete their financing bills. Death Threat to Joe Biden, Kamala Harris: Indian-Origin Teen Sai Varshith Kandula Charged With Threating To Kill US President, Vice President.
Government Shutdown Averted as Senate Passes 45-Day Stopgap Funding Bill
BREAKING: U.S. Senate approves government funding for 45 days, averting shutdown
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