After months of gridlock, Senate reaches deal on disaster relief

Senate and House negotiators hoping for a deal before Memorial Day recess. if Congress fails to pass a disaster relief bill before memorial day.. house negotiators aim to reach a deal this week on the aid package. through fiscal 2024, as passed by the House last month.. That's a recipe for deadlock.

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Chuck Schumer, the leader of the Senate Democrats, said the deal should break the cycle of partisan fights over spending. “After months of fiscal brinkmanship. The agreement also provides funds for.

But as the two sides in Washington bickered, and as days became weeks and months, additional disasters occurred, from flooding in Arkansas and Iowa to tornadoes in Ohio, and the disaster-relief.

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Senate leaders reached agreement Thursday on a $19.1-billion package to. But this package has been under debate for months, bogged down by. for breaking the gridlock and getting this disaster relief to Americans who.

 · Senate lawmakers on Thursday had overwhelmingly voted in support of a $19.1 billion disaster aid package after delays that stalled critical federal funding in aid for farmers and parts of the.

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(WASHINGTON) — Senate lawmakers on Thursday announced a deal on a $19.1 billion disaster aid package after months-long delays that stalled critical federal funding in aid for farmers and parts of.

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 · (Bloomberg) — Lawmakers said they agreed to a $19.1 billion disaster-aid bill after months of disagreement and that President Donald Trump said he will sign it. Senate Appropriations Chairman Richard Shelby called the agreement a "good deal.

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