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U.S. Congress, White House mull stop-gap funding bill to avoid government shutdowns

Reuters Tuesday, 5 November 2019 ()
The U.S. Congress and the White House are discussing legislation to keep U.S. government agencies operating beyond Nov. 21 when existing funding expires, with an eye toward avoiding shutdowns as Democrats could be moving to impeach President Donald Trump, lawmakers and a White House official said on Tuesday.
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