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Latest reason Congress can't fund the government: Flint's water crisis

Congress has just a handful of days left to avoid a government shutdown, but that didn't stop the Senate from sinking yet another attempt to keep the lights on. This time, Senate Democrats blocked a stopgap funding measure, demanding federal funds to address the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, be tacked onto that bill. SEE MORE: Congress Might Be Able To Override An Obama Veto For The First Time The Senate already tucked $220 million for Flint into a $9 billion water infrastructure bill, but that's been held up in the House.
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