Stopgap bill passed in Senate, goes to House to avert shutdown | USA TODAY

The Senate passed a bill 72-25 that would avert a partial government shutdown and give lawmakers more time to agree on 2023 fiscal year spending.

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  1. All of these political talking heads are USELESS I do not trust a single one. Big tech must be paying you all Big tech money 👍

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