Shelby: With Budget Deal Passed, Time For Senate To Finish 2020 Approps

By David Roza / August 1, 2019 at 6:49 PM
Bipartisan lawmakers from both chambers of Congress applauded as the Senate passed a budget deal on Thursday (Aug. 1) that would raise government spending limits and suspend a debt ceiling until 2021. If President Donald Trump signs the bill, the Senate will be able to move forward on appropriations bills that need to be passed before the start of the next fiscal year on Oct. 1, including an FDA appropriations bill, which the Senate has yet to introduce. An expert...

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