Congress extends federal funding temporarily
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Congress Sept. 30 passes a continuing resolution maintaining funding for FDA and other federal agencies at fiscal 2010 levels. The CR expires Dec. 3. If Republicans win a majority in the midterm elections in November, during the subsequent lame-duck session they might force passage of another CR that would the allow the party to set fiscal 2011 spending levels after the 112th Congress begins in January
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