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Will the Senate’s “minibus” strategy prevent a government shutdown?

Fellow Molly Reynolds discusses the Senate’s “minibus” appropriations strategy—packaging spending legislation in a few small bills rather than one larger “omnibus” bill. Reynolds analyzes whether or not this tactic will successfully keep the government funded and avoid a government shutdown.

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