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Budget-Debt Ceiling Package Passes in House

By Thomas McKinless

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The House passed a two-year budget and debt ceiling agreement on a 266-167 vote. The Senate is slated to take up the bill right away and move to final passage, likely this weekend, clearing it for the signature of President Barack Obama. The White House supports the measure and has urged its passage in Congress.

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