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FCW : August 30, 2014
BackStory Budget capitulations 34 August 30, 2014 FCW.COM Congress no longer even tries to get real appropriations done by Sept. 30. Here's the scal 2015 reality. Overall spending levels --- $521 billion for discretionary defense spending $492 billion for non-defense spending --- have been set since December 2013. House Speaker John Boehner says a continuing resolution will be passed to fund the government from Oct. 1 through mid-December. That would be the 35th CR in the last 10 years. There have been18 shutdowns since 1976. Last year's lasted for 16 days --- the third longest on record. Even that stopgap could prove dif cult --- the House has just 10 WORKDAYS planned in September. (The Senate s calendar claims 17, but 8-12 is more likely.) If Congress does fund agencies at planned levels, non-defense agencies will have 9 percent less than the president's budget called for. Defense spending will be 15 percent less. But it's $20 billion better than sequestration would have otherwise required. & The House has passed 7 appropriation bills. The Senate has approved 0 AP IMAGES
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