Congress has less than a week to fund the Federal Government for the remainder of the fiscal year or risk going into a shut down. But it’s unclear what is going to happen.
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Tag Archive: continuing resolution
An update on the likely continuing resolution for Fiscal Year 2024 making its way through Congress in September.
Last week, Congress rushed to pass a Continuing Resolution (CR) in order to keep the government’s operations from shutting down. Those who have followed our updates on the Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) budget already know that both Appropriations Committees have finished their work on their respective slate of bills, and we are waiting for compromised legislation to be negotiated. Unfortunately, finishing out FY22 is not that simple.
The House and Senate leadership (and the President) have agreed in principle to a stopgap spending bill that will keep the government running after the start of FY 2013 on October 1st, despite having not passed any of the 12 annual spending bills that fund government activities. The so-called “continuing resolution” will keep government running […]