The House voted 220-213 Friday morning to send the Senate the $2.2 trillion reconciliation package — capping off overnight drama when GOP leader Kevin McCarthy stalled passage while speaking for more than eight hours.
CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman break down the politics and economics of the bill and highlight what comes next in the Senate.
- Reconciliation at risk
- The skinny on the stripped-down reconciliation framework
- What’s the meaning of compromise?
- What’s next for the reconciliation bill?
- Debt limit crisis averted, for now