Joe Biden signed a bill that would pay for a coalition government recently on Thursday evening, striking a halt to what would have lasted midnight until December 3. The House and Senate had passed a law, which also includes billions of natural disasters and the resettlement of Afghan refugees in recent days. The move comes amid growing talks about Capitol Hill over raising the debt of the federal government to avoid the risk of unrest with real estate businesses that are about $ 500 million in government spending over the next decade. After Republicans vowed to vote against a $ 2 billion bill, a sum of $ 300 trillion that would boost the economy, the main hope of the Democratic congressional leadership became a rivalry between the moderate and progressive Democrats.
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