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GOP Senators have voted down the House-passed bill which would have funded the U.S. government through the end of 3 December, and included a raising of the debt limit.
- Axios note that "Congress is just 72 hours away from a potential shutdown, so now comes Democrats' Plan B. Democratic leadership is expected strip the short-term funding bill of language about raising the debt limit - the part that Republicans' reject - in order to pass a bill before federal agencies close down on Friday...The final vote was 48-50, with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) changing his vote from Yes to No so he could later bring the bill back up for a vote. All Republicans voted against the bill as expected."