The Senate passed a bill late Saturday night to keep the U.S. government open and running through mid-November.
The bill was passed 88–9 with Sens. Marsha Blackburn (R‑TN), Mike Braun (R‑IN), Ted Cruz (R‑TX), Bill Hagerty (R‑TN), Mike Lee (R‑UT), Roger Marshall (R‑KS), Rand Paul (R‑KY), Eric Schmitt (R‑MO), and J.D. Vance (R‑OH) voting “no.”
The Senate passed the bill after the House passed the bill earlier in the day with 335 votes — 209 Democrats and 126 Republicans.
The funding includes $16 billion in “disaster relief funds, an extension of a federal flood insurance program and FAA reauthorization — but no Ukraine aid,” The Washington Post reported.
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The passage of the bill …