The Democratic-controlled Senate hasn’t passed a budget in 1,113 days and that is unlikely to change today. But senators are scheduled to vote on five different budget proposals, four of them proposed by Republicans.Senate Democrats did not agree to a budget of their own. There are a few interesting questions:
The biggest question is probably how long we can run the federal government without a real budget. My guess is we’ll have to wait at least until after the November elections.
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