USA Today (12/13/13) Susan Davis
The U.S. House has approved a two-year bipartisan budget framework in a vote of 332 to 94 that will eliminate the threat of a government shutdown and modestly reduce the deficit over the next decade. Nearly equal numbers of Democrats, 163, and Republicans, 169, voted in favor of the measure. The deal sets top-line federal spending figures through fiscal year 2015, and partially alleviates unpopular spending cuts known as the sequester.
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