By Nicholas Ballasy, Just the News
The GOP-led House on Tuesday passed House Speaker Mike Johnson’s Continuing Resolution to avoid a government shutdown in a bipartisan vote.
The legislation passed overwhelmingly 336-95.
The CR continues the current level of federal spending and includes a one-year extension of the farm bill, which contains funding for food stamps or SNAP benefits.
Conservative House members had vowed to vote against the CR and released a formal statement in opposition to the measure ahead of the floor vote.
The bill “provides further continuing FY24 appropriations to federal agencies through February 2, 2024,”
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