Congress on Thursday passed a short-term government funding bill that will prevent a shutdown before the Friday night deadline, sending the legislation to President Joe Biden for his signature.

The Senate voted 69-28 to advance the continuing resolution, acting quickly hours after the bill was approved by the House. It will now be sent to Biden to sign, keeping the government funded until Feb. 18. The vote was overwhelmingly bipartisan with 19 Republicans voting for the bill.

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