"And, you know, as much as we've wanted certainty for the military, there have been a number of their members that wanted it as well, and we found that we were able to give them that". "First time this has happened in a long time", Trump tweeted in announcing he had signed the bill. "Also means JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!"
The House ultimately passed the measure on a bipartisan 240-186 vote just after 5:30 a.m. Some conservative Republicans blasted the added spending as a surrender to fiscal insanity.
Democrats want to extend the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which lets the immigrants temporarily live and work in the US but that Trump would end March 5.
After the vote, Pelosi vowed that the fight to protect undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children from deportation was not over. Fifteen other Republicans joined Paul in voting against the bill, with many expressing similar objections about the increased deficit spending.
Congress has managed to pass its spending Bills on time in only four of the past 40 years, said researchers.
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Trump also wrote that negotiations will "start now!" on an immigration measure that he and Democrats have been battling over for months. There also is no offset reduction for almost $90 billion in new disaster aid for USA states and territories ravaged by hurricanes or wildfires past year. That omission largely explains why a quarter of Senate Democrats and two-thirds of House Democrats voted no, and why immigration now because the next battle. A last-minute maneuver by Sen. It was the second shutdown this year, after a three-day freeze in January. Paul took to the floor to protest the bill, which would lift strict budget caps and increase spending.
Schumer said of the deal in a floor speech: "The budget deal doesn't have everything Democrats want, it doesn't have everything the Republicans want, but it has a great deal of what the American people want". "Now we have Republicans hand in hand with Democrats offering us trillion-dollar deficits. I can't in all honesty look the other way".
At one point, an exasperated Sen.
It incorporates a major budget deal reached last week between Senate leaders on both sides of the political aisle.
The Marist poll surveyed 1,012 USA adults from February 5 to 7 and had a margin of error 3.7 percentage points.
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The Trump administration signaled it expected the shutdown to be short, calling it a "lapse". "It really is frustrating, at this late hour, that we can't even get a committment from the Speaker of the House". "Must elect more Republicans in 2018 Election!"
While Schumer said the spending plan is good for New Yorkers, his fellow Democrat, Maloney, said, "This budget-busting deal is bad for my neighbors in the Hudson Valley".
The bill faced similar opposition in the House from fiscal conservatives who saw it as a broken promise to their base.
That agreement includes a $300 billion increase to both military and non-military spending limits for this year and 2019, and raises the debt until March 1 next year. "We support funding for our military, but growing the size of government by 13 percent adds to the swamp instead of draining it".
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