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  • Senate misses deadline but averts shutdown after passing $1.2T funding package - March 23, 2024
  • Appropriations technically expired but shutdown procedures never commenced, with all agencies now funded through September.

    Eric Katz, Government Executive

    The Senate approved a $1.2 trillion spending package early Saturday shortly after a portion of the government was set to shut down, staving off the threat for the remainder of fiscal 2024.

    The upper chamber moved to approve the measure after funding had lapsed, though shutdown procedures never commenced because an agreement was imminent. President Biden’s was expected to quickly sign the measure, which the House passed on Friday. The spending bill includes funding for the remaining parts of government that have not yet received full-year appropriations, including the departments of Defense, Treasury, Homeland Security, Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and State.

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