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Trump signs temporary spending bill, punting government shutdown risks to just before Christmas

Business Insider Thursday, 21 November 2019
Trump signs temporary spending bill, punting government shutdown risks to just before Christmas· *President Donald Trump on Thursday approved a measure that would temporarily stave off the threat of a government shutdown.*
· *But the spending bill expires December 20. *
· *The White House and Congress have struggled to negotiate a bitter dispute over border security, preventing longer-term legislation to fund the...
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The continuing resolution will keep the government funded through Dec. 20.

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