Senate Passes $741 Billion Defense Bill With Veto-Proof Majority, Setting Stage For Trump Showdown As Shutdown Deadline Looms

Senate Passes $741 Billion Defense Bill With Veto-Proof Majority, Setting Stage For Trump Showdown As Shutdown Deadline Looms
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The Senate must now move quickly to pass a stopgap spending bill to avert a government shutdown at midnight.

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