: Deal reached to vote on year-end spending bill, Sen. Schumer says


Senators have struck a deal to vote on the year-end, $1.7 trillion spending bill, Majority Leader Charles Schumer said Thursday morning. The measure hit a snag over immigration late Wednesday. Passage in the Senate would set up a House vote, as lawmakers race to avert a shutdown after midnight Friday.

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