House set to vote Friday on spending package despite conservative furor: Live coverage

Congressional leaders unveiled their $1.2 trillion, 1,012-page government funding package in the early hours of Thursday.

Now, they’re racing to try to pass the six-bill measure — which covers the departments of Homeland Security, Defense, Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and State; the IRS; and general government and foreign operations — by a Friday night shutdown deadline.

Many rank-and-file lawmakers got their first look at the legislative text Thursday morning, but both sides are already claiming wins.

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