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U.S. House passes emergency funding bill, Boehner weighs in

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives late on Monday approved another emergency funding bill that the Democratic-led Senate is certain to reject, moving the government closer to a Tuesday shutdown. House Speaker John Boehner weighed in on the debate, moments before the bill passed. "But here we find ourselves in this moment dealing with a law that's causing unknown consequences and unknown damage to the American people and to our economy, and that issue was 'Obamacare'," he added By a mostly partisan vote of 228-201, the House passed the measure and sent it to the Senate where new Obamacare provisions included in the bill are expected to be killed. If the two chambers cannot agree within the next few hours on legislation to provide government funding, agencies will begin shutting many programs on Tuesday, the start of the new fiscal year. A U.S. government shutdown is possible on Tuesday, the first day of

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