10/16: Senate leaders strike deal on budget and debt ceiling; White House believes it won on almost all fronts in shutdown deal
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The Senate passed a bipartisan bill to raise the debt limit and end the government shutdown. The deal funds the government for just three months and raises the debt ceiling for four months; and, the Senate deal leaves President Barack Obama's health care law in tact, and the government's borrowing authority will be approved without policy or spending concessions from the White House.
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