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House GOP Still Has No Plan to Avoid Shutdown

House Republicans emerged from a conference meeting without a clear consensus for which continuing resolution strategy to pursue to avoid a government shutdown, Politico reports.

Punchbowl News: “A House Republican Conference meeting this morning aimed at discussing the strategy for funding the government devolved into a back-and-forth between supporters of the two plans Johnson is considering.”

“The House Freedom Caucus is in favor of a so-called ‘laddered’ CR, which would extend four easy-to-pass funding bills until December while setting the deadline for the other eight in January. The rank and file – pretty much everyone besides the HFC – seems to want a clean funding bill into January.”

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