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Republicans’ top appropriator sees time crunch to avoid shutdown

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Congress has four weeks to write, wrangle, debate and pass legislation that sets spending levels to avoid a second U.S. government shutdown in four months, the Republicans’ top appropriator said. “We’ve got to pass that bill through both bodies and have it signed by the president by Jan. 15,” House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers said in an interview to air Dec. 15 on C-Span’s...

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