Senate Passes $460B ‘Minibus’ Spending Bill, Which Now Heads to White House

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The United States Senate has passed the spending bill sent over by the House, which passed in the lower chamber on Wednesday with Democrat votes. As we previously wrote, the package carries a $460 billion price tag

via the Hill:

The legislation now heads to the White House for President Joe Biden’s expected signature. But as my colleague Streiff wrote on Feb. 29, when the House, then the Senate, agreed to go forward with the stopgap plan, this is just part one of the process:

This is a developing story. So, of course, we’ll keep you posted on how part two goes.


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