By MORGAN PHILLIPS
POLITICS REPORTER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
The House on Friday passed a stopgap funding measure to keep the government running until Dec. 16, averting a government shutdown ahead of the midnight deadline.
The continuing resolution made its way through the lower chamber 230-201 in a largely party-line vote. The Senate had passed the bill with a large bipartisan majority on Thursday and now it heads to President Biden’s desk.
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