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Rep. Steny Hoyer won't support short-term government spending bills

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The No. 2 House Democrat said he won't support another short-term bill to keep the government funded past mid-January if it sets spending levels at the Republicans' preferred annual rate of $967 billion. House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer of Maryland added that Congress' increasing reliance on stopgap spending bills — called continuing resolutions, or "CRs" — to fund the federal government in lieu...

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