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without objection the motion it adopted with Congress over burning a government shutdown Wednesday at least for now the narrow escape coming just hours before the federal coffers were to run dry house of representatives following the Senate in passing a bill that fully fund the government through December eleventh , morning money for Planned Parenthood Washington reporter Andy Solomon congregating and kicking the can down the road there of burning an immediate crisis we're not going to have a government shutdown right away but it doesn't solve any of the basic problems that there can , server to Republican secretary to Ted Cruz had tried for weeks to decline in the family planning group in the wake of damaging undercover videos threatening to force the shutdown if they did not get their way but in the end Republicans and Democrats in both houses coming together to shut them down instead readership on my side of the aisle does not demonstrate and commitment print , but it's far from over conservative you know want to defund Planned Parenthood and the next time they're going to confront this we're going to be mixed up in a debate over the debt ceiling it would be a lot nastier than what we just saw now I knew right just before the holiday at the end of the year