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House Republicans Ready To Move On To Debt Ceiling Debate

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With a stopgap spending bill to avert a government shutdown still unsettled, House Republican leaders shifted gears to the next fiscal deadline: the mid-October debt ceiling deadline. Congress must raise the debt ceiling or the Treasury will run out of borrowing authority and default on its obligations. House leaders are putting together a wish list of demands in return for raising the limit.
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