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President Trump expected to sign bill to temporarily reopen federal government

In a speech at the White House Rose Garden today, President Donald Trump announced his intent to sign into law a three-week stopgap spending bill to reopen federal agencies, bringing to an end the 35-day partial government shutdown. The temporary measure, which the House and Senate are expected to vote on today, would fund the operations of the federal government until Feb. 15, as well as establish a conference committee to resolve differences over the Homeland Security spending bill and funding for the President’s desired southern border wall. Contact: Elyse Oveson

Published January 25, 2019