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Emergency spending clash

CQ Budget, Episode No. 290

Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is under pressure from his party's right wing to hold up Ukraine aid for a separate vote.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is under pressure from his party's right wing to hold up Ukraine aid for a separate vote. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

The House and Senate may be on a collision course over an emergency spending package for Ukraine aid, disaster relief and border resources. CQ Roll Call’s David Lerman, Peter Cohn and Paul M. Krawzak outline the fight and the politics behind it, as fiscal 2024 appropriations bills head to the House and Senate floors.

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