House approves Republicans’ $61 billion spending cut

The Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives voted to cut at least $61 billion in federal spending this year, setting up a battle with Democrats over the budget that threatens a government shutdown. After more than 90 hours of debate, the House decided 235-189 early Saturday to send the measure to the Senate. Members adopted a…

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