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Republicans, Democrats Far Apart on Deal as Shutdown Clock Ticks

January 8, 2018, Bloomberg

Muftiah McCartin is quoted in a Bloomberg article regarding the government spending bill that could lead to a government shut down if Republicans and Democrats in Congress do not reach an agreement. According to McCartin, if both parties can agree this week on raising budget limits, Congress may be able to pass a short-term spending bill, known as a continuing resolution. “If they don’t get a deal, will the Democrats allow another CR to go forward? I’d kind of be surprised," she says.

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