Published: Wed, January 24, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Paul Ryan: Home will go spending invoice if Senate approves it

Paul Ryan: Home will go spending invoice if Senate approves it

Current government funding runs out at the end of the day on Friday.

WASHINGTON-House Speaker Paul Ryan tried pressuring Democrats on Wednesday to back legislation preventing a weekend federal shutdown.

The House is slated to vote Thursday evening but members of the hard-right House Freedom Caucus are opposed to the measure.

But enough of them rallied behind the bill to ensure its passage by a large margin in the Senate after Minority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Monday afternoon that he struck a deal with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to advance a legislative DACA fix soon in exchange for support on the CR.

"While I voted yes tonight to continue funding the government, it's embarrassing how badly this place is being run", McCaskill said.

"One party in one house of this Congress is deliberately holding our government hostage", Ryan said.

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"Here is the simple truth: Senate Democrats refuse to fund this government unless we agree to their demands on something entirely unrelated", Ryan declared.

Democrats are also "counting on confusion", said Ryan.

Most Senate Democrats and a handful of Republicans voted against the stopgap measure, as did almost all House Democrats.

But he said Democratic leader Chuck Schumer knows each senator has to decide how to vote on stopgap funding measure and how that will be explained to constituents.

Democrats largely held the line since it didn't address the fate of "Dreamers", the immigrants brought to the country illegally as children who were shielded from deportation by President Barack Obama's 2012 DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) executive order.

Davis, who is one of scores of Republicans targeted by Democrats in the fall, joined with Rep. Mike Bost, R-Murphysboro - another on the Democrats' target list - and other GOP House members from IL blaming their state's two Democratic senators for the shutdown. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said Tuesday that he won't allow a shutdown to occur.

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"He's given lots of room to members to make decisions", Durbin said.

Yes, Democrats want a DACA deal.

"The president certainly doesn't want a shutdown", Sanders told reporters at the White House.

"The Democrats will have a chance to open the government, that they shut down, at noon today,", Wisconsin Republican, said on Fox News.

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