Congress voted to end the government shutdown Monday after three days of tense negotiations resulted in a three-week spending bill that sets up another potential showdown next month.
Senate Democrats paved the way for the deal ahead of a noon vote on a key procedural measure that needed Democratic support to end the funding impasse. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Democrats would drop their objections to the bill in exchange for GOP assurances that Congress would take up a larger immigration bill in the coming weeks.
Once it cleared the Senate Monday afternoon, the House quickly approved the stopgap measure and it now heads to the White House where President Donald Trump is expected to sign it and officially end the standoff.
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