Continuing Resolution Senate Vote
Hunter Moorhead, Legislative Consultant
November 21, 2019
By vote of 74-20, The U.S. Senate today passed a short-term measure to fund the government until December 20th, buying Washington four more weeks before the threat of another shutdown. The White House has indicated that President Trump will sign the continuing resolution.
Since the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate have both passed their versions of the Agriculture Appropriations bill, we are hopeful the two draft measures will be finalized in conference prior to the December 20th deadline.
The NASCOE Legislative Team will continue to monitor the appropriations bill and keep the membership informed of any progress.