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House votes stopgap funds to keep government going

The House voted Monday to keep most of the government solvent for another three days while the Senate searched for a way out of a procedural quagmire that is holding up a long-term omnibus money bill.

By a 240-to-79 vote, the House passed a stopgap measure to continue money flowing to the government until midnight Wednesday.

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