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In -- late -- budget deal actually running eight minutes past the deadline speaker John Boehner and senate majority leader Harry Reid found a compromise.
The president could put his stamp on.
38 billion in -- Can't congress.
We've ever looked at that would.
That's why -- when it opened today.
Monuments in Washington today remained open for tourists -- for New York -- service continued running to Ellis Island in the statue of liberty.
Smithsonian museums in the city were hoping.
-- little leaguers got to have their traditional parade and picnic is planned at fort Tilden.
They're fielding gateway national park -- closed if congress -- -- stalemate.
Because we had to sit and wait you know what I'm up until late last night -- you know apart.
The children of rock where we're gonna have an opening -- to keep up but economist in Fox News contributor Charles Payne and this is congress could have done more.
38 point five billion and at three point seven trillion dollar budget really is not a lot of money.
But it does mean though is that there's a certain reality stuff starting a -- -- -- Washington.
And experts agree there is no doubt these cuts will be felt.
This may very well significantly reduce 84 pell grants to allow lower income students to go to college it may well cut back on some medical and some research benefits the National Institutes of Health from the National Science Foundation.
It may well cut back on aid to states.
So early this morning congress did pass a stop gap which would keep the government running until -- iron out the in his deal it does include 500 billion dollars in cuts.
Over the next ten years and while it's still only be finalize it does not include funding.
For Planned Parenthood.
That will be voted on sometime next week in the news -- mom Diana Rocco Fox 5 News.
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