President Joe Biden signed the continuing resolution to keep the government running Thursday night, tweeting: “[W]e have more to do. I urge Congress to address our national security and domestic needs—and House Republicans to stop wasting time on extreme bills and honor our bipartisan budget agreement.” That sums up what’s next for Congress when they return on Nov. 28 from their Thanksgiving break.
This CR extends current levels of funding for government operations in two tranches, with expiration dates early next year. It funds military construction and veterans programs, Agriculture and food agencies, and the departments of Transportation and Housing and Urban Development until Jan. 19; and the State, Defense, Commerce, Labor, and Health and Human Services departments, among others, until Feb. 2.
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