More Democrats vote for Johnson’s funding bill than Republicans in angry day on Capitol Hill – CBS News
The House on Tuesday passed a two-step plan from Speaker Mike Johnson to fund federal agencies into the new year, sending the legislation to the Senate days before the approaching deadline to avert a government shutdown. The short-term measure cleared the House in a 336 to 95 vote. Known as a continuing resolution, it received substantial support from House Democrats, who helped ensure its passage over the objections of dozens of Republicans. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion has more.
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