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Continuing resolution passes Senate in late Friday night vote

By Mark McCarty
Regulatory Editor

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The continuing budget resolution finally made its way past Capitol Hill as a government shut-down loomed, and President Obama gave the legislation his signature Dec. 10, hours after the bill cleared the Senate. The legislation, which will fund the federal government through April 28,  provides more than $870 million for the 21st Century Cures Act, although $500 million of that amount would be applied to state efforts to push back on the opioid crisis.

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