- — Frank Thorp V (@frankthorpNBC)Thu, Oct 17 2013 02:27:45Corrected: House debt limit/govt funding VOTE BREAKDOWN: DEMS: YEAS-198 // NOs-0 GOP: YEAS-187 // NOs-144 TOTAL: YEAS-285 // NOs-144
- — Ann Curry (@AnnCurry)Thu, Oct 17 2013 00:45:09NBCNews: The 18 senators who voted "no" on the Senate bill -- Coburn, Cornyn, Crapo, Cruz, Enzi, Grassley, (cont) http://tl.gd/n_1rpt2ba
- With Senate in rear view, Pres. Obama makes statement as House prepares for final vote:
- — Roll Call (@rollcall)Thu, Oct 17 2013 00:16:2418 no votes: Coburn Cornyn Crapo Cruz Enzi Grassley Heller Johnson (Wis) Lee Paul Risch Roberts Rubio Scott Sessions Shelby Toomey Vitter
- — Frank Thorp V (@frankthorpNBC)Wed, Oct 16 2013 20:45:12Most recent guidance House floor guidance has first votes (which would be on the Rule) starting btwn 7-8pm at the EARLIEST
- — Carrie Dann (@CarrieNBCNews)Wed, Oct 16 2013 19:23:46Here's the Chamber of Commerce: "House & Senate must pass legislation in the coming hours to reopen the federal govt and avoid default."
- — Carrie Dann (@CarrieNBCNews)Wed, Oct 16 2013 19:24:28More Chamber: Those who called for default "clearly less interested in the Main Street concerns of businesses large and small."
It's over: Live blogging the debt crisis as deal is reached
Congress reached a bipartisan deal late Wednesday to avert default and reopen the government after a 16-day shutdown. President Obama said he will sign the bill into law immediately, ending a stalemate that paralyzed Washington. Here are the latest developments, from NBC News journalists and others.
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