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U. S. Congress working more likely to sidestep a government shutdown during the holidays lawmakers late Tuesday pedigree embracing an eleventh hour one point one trillion dollar budget deal one that includes a Republican victory the end of a forty year ban on U. S. oil exports in exchange Democrats winning tax breaks boosting development of wind and solar energy another part of the dealing with it ten year extension of popular tax breaks including for childcare and business are indeed , spending bill want approval run through next September but lawmakers will need more time to finalize the massive bill beating another stopgap to keep the government running past a Wednesday midnight deadline