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House and Senate are $2 billion apart on the border crisis

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There is a difference of nearly $2 billion in spending between House and Senate bills aimed at addressing the surge of thousands of child migrants at the border and only three days left to strike a deal. The divergent plans suggest it will be difficult, if not impossible, for Congress to pass border spending legislation before adjourning this week for the remainder of the summer. The GOP-led...

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