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Two weeks and counting

CQ Budget, Ep. 231

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Speaker Nancy Pelosi talk in the Capitol on Tuesday as they leave a meeting with other congressional Democrats on government funding. The current continuing resolution expires on Feb. 18th
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Speaker Nancy Pelosi talk in the Capitol on Tuesday as they leave a meeting with other congressional Democrats on government funding. The current continuing resolution expires on Feb. 18th (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Cal)

The path to avoiding a government shutdown is changing by the hour. And if an agreement on spending isn’t reached in two weeks, the government will come to a grinding halt. CQ Roll Call’s Paul M. Krawzak and David Lerman discuss what may go to the House floor as soon as Tuesday and what the details of a deal could look like.

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