Congress is at an impasse on the debt limit. Here are 5 ways it could end.

Posted on AllSides October 6th, 2021
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The United States is less than two weeks away from the government's deadline to breach the debt ceiling, and leaders in the nation's capital are at a stalemate about how to avert what could be a devastating default.

The House of Representatives has passed a bill to extend the borrowing limit through December 2022, but that bill faces a logjam in the Senate ahead of an expected procedural vote Wednesday.

Republicans have threatened to filibuster it. At least 10 GOP votes are needed to overcome that in the divided chamber. Democratic leaders say they should drop...

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