US government on verge of shutdown as House votes to delay health law Resolution passed Sunday, makes funding government until December contingent upon one-year delay of healthcare reforms The House of Representatives remains fully lit during a rare late-night Saturday session. Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters
February 11, 2014, 09:09 am Conservatives revolt over lack of cuts By Pete Kasperowicz Rank and file House Republicans opposed to their leadership's debt limit plan are brainstorming new ways to limit federal spending. Even as GOP leaders seem intent on pushing through a debt ceilng bill this week that doesn't demand any new spending curbs, several conservative lawmakers are pressing for new ideas.
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