U.S. House of Representatives passes first bipartisan federal budget in four years. Senate to vote next week.
By Heidi Przybyla and Derek Wallbank, Bloomberg|December 13, 2013 at 08:34 AM
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The House of Representatives passed the first bipartisan U.S. budget in four years yesterday, clearing the way for final Senate passage next week to ease $63 billion in spending cuts and avert another government shutdown.
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