WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - There won't be a federal-government shutdown this year, and Congress will work on a temporary spending measure in September, once lawmakers return from their summer recess, House Speaker John Boehner, said Thursday. Democrats and Republicans have been unable to agree on annual spending bills, and without a deal by Sept. 30, the government will partially shut down.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
House Speakers surrenders again on spending bills before the battle seriously begins...
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