The House on Tuesday passed a stopgap measure to fund the government into 2024.
The chamber approved the short-term funding measure in a 336-95 vote, days before Friday evening’s shutdown deadline. Two Democrats and 93 Republicans opposed the bill.
Under suspension of the rules, the bill needed two-thirds support to pass the House and head to the Senate.
Also on Tuesday, attention in the Capitol has turned to a number of shouting matches and near-brawls on both sides of the building as tempers flare.
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