Senate passes bill to avoid government shutdown for a week, sending it to Trump

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The Senate on Friday passed a one-week spending bill in a voice vote, sending the measure on to President Donald Trump so he can sign it into law. The bill aims to prevent a partial government shutdown that would start at midnight. It already was approved by the House.
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