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Congess Avoids Government Shutdown By Striking Deal to Aid Flint

Congress appears to have avoided an Oct. 1 government shutdown by agreeing to a House vote on Wednesday on federal aid for the water crisis in Flint, Mi. Senators voted 72-15 to pass the spending bill, which funds the government federal government through Dec. 9, and the House is expected to vote on it late […]
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