Bill to fund U.S. government, suspend debt limit advances in House By Reuters
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Democrat-backed bill to fund the U.S. federal government through Dec. 3 and suspend its borrowing limit until the end of 2022, cleared a House of Representatives procedural vote on Tuesday, advancing to a final debate and vote.
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