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March 9, 2022, 2:53 PM

House Sets Vote on $1.5 Trillion Funding Bill, Ukraine Response

Jack Fitzpatrick
Jack Fitzpatrick

The House is set to vote Wednesday on a long-delayed $1.5 trillion spending bill that would fund the U.S. government through the rest of the fiscal year and provide $13.6 billion to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Lawmakers released the text of the 2,741-page measure earlier in the day before scheduled mid-day votes on the package, with the Senate looking to vote before the end of the day Friday. To pass the bill, House Democrats have set up separate votes on the defense-related and domestic portions because progressives are refusing to back the defense increase and Republican votes will ...

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