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Appropriations impasse

CQ Budget, Episode No. 309

Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., is facing stiff resistance from his party's right flank as he tries to negotiate spending bills.
Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., is facing stiff resistance from his party's right flank as he tries to negotiate spending bills. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Congress is barreling toward a March 1 funding deadline with all signs pointing to gridlock on appropriations bills. CQ Roll Call’s David Lerman, Aidan Quigley and Paul M. Krawzak dissect the latest setback and potential next steps on both appropriations and a stalled war funding package.

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