Senate Rejects Competing Proposals to Open Government

Headline Roundup January 24th, 2019

The Senate rejected a pair of proposals that would have reopened the government, with the majority of senators voting along party lines.

Senate Rejects Competing Proposals to Open Government

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Two measures to end the partial U.S. government shutdown - one backed by Republicans and one by Democrats - fell short in the Senate on Thursday as lawmakers explored other

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The Senate held two votes on Thursday for opposing plans to end the longest government shutdown in history, with few members breaking ranks as the shutdown stretched into day 34.

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The Senate on Thursday rejected President Trump’s immigration compromise to grant temporary legal status to 1 million migrants and allocate money for his border wall, then rejected

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