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Border Wall Funding Battle Could Dominate Lame Duck

CQ Budget Podcast, Episode 80

Barriers at the southern border. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images file photo)
Barriers at the southern border. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images file photo)

It’s not all 12 as they had hoped, but lawmakers did get five big spending bills signed into law, leaving seven others for the lame-duck session. The president’s insistence for border wall funding could take center stage, says CQ appropriations reporter Jennifer Shutt.

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