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with the right of a government shutdown looming at the end of the month on Thursday a glimmer of hope Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell setting the wheels in motion on a plan to keep the lights on after a brutal month long battle over funding for Planned Parenthood the effort emerging after Democrats and some Republicans blocked a bill that would deform the group amid outrage over video showing Planned Parenthood arranging payment per beetle body part David Lauter is following the story all the Democrats and about eight Republicans voted to %HESITATION against this procedure a measure which which basically killed the idea in the Senate , trying to take money away from Planned Parenthood now Majority Leader Mitch McConnell can move a a bill without this provision in it that basically just extends all of the funding for the government %HESITATION , for about ten weeks into December if the new bill passes the Senate back talking the whole mess over to the house of representatives and to speaker John Dehner other than a lot of opposition among the conservative wing of the Republican Party in the house them awhile Planned Parenthood to receive any money , from the federal government so there's a big a big chunk that , are saying that they would be okay with the shutdown , because they feel so strongly about this issue , technically better during twenty sixteen contender Ted Cruz's rallying house Republicans against the bill meaning banner may have to rely on Democrats to pass it which could prompt an effort to oust him as speaker if Congress doesn't get its act together in the next week millions of federal employees could be forced off the job