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Lawmakers coming one step closer to avoiding -- shutdown of the federal government FEMA now has enough money for disaster relief through Friday.
The money for FEMA that's needed for at least the next six weeks.
The people all over this country which so badly you can help -- And a bipartisan vote of seven.
A sticking point in the bill the agreement provides uninterrupted assistance to those areas battered by natural disasters.
This I repeated ensures a -- -- have the funds they need.
Bright food and shelter to those people who have been affected by this disaster.
The bill now moves to the Republican controlled house for a final sign off.
We expect speedy passage of this agreement by the house so that the flow of disaster aid is not in -- erupted.
It is hard to see how the house Republicans.
Could -- could reject this proposal.
Given the overwhelming vote it received in the senate receiving a majority of both parties.
The deal puts an end of the ongoing back and forth between democratic and Republican lawmakers some -- -- issue should have already been resolved.
All of us hope disaster aid.
Would have been settled two weeks ago when the senate -- in a bipartisan way on a package to fully fund FEMA.
But the house insisted on a different approach that complicated matters needlessly.
The resolution also provides funding for the federal government through November 18.
In New York Ainsley Earhardt Fox News.
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