Senate Passes Government Funding Bill
It's been passed to the House with shutdown deadline hours away
Congress raced to prevent a government shutdown Thursday with hours to go before a midnight deadline.
The Senate moved first to pass a short-term appropriations bill that would keep the government running through Dec. 3. The chamber approved the legislation in a 65-35 vote, as 15 Republicans joined all 50 Democrats.
Barring delays, the House is expected to approve the plan and send it to President Joe Biden before funding lapses.
Please select this link to read the complete article from CNBC.