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Harry Reid's Senate bill would fund government until Nov. 15, one month less than House plan

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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Tuesday that his spending proposal designed to prevent a government shutdown at month's end will keep federal agencies funded through Nov. 15 -- a month less than a recently passed House version. Reid said he decided to shorten the length of the "continuing resolution" because it would give the Senate greater incentive to pass appropriations bills...

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