Short-term US Spending Bill Passes; New Coronavirus Relief Package Introduced

Originally published on September 29, 2020, by NAIOP E-Newsletter

U.S. lawmakers came to an agreement last week on a short-term spending bill to keep the government funded through Dec. 11. The stopgap measure was passed by the House last Tuesday and is expected to be cleared by the Senate and signed by President Donald Trump this week. The bill ensures the government will not be shut down come to the Oct. 1 deadline, the start of the new fiscal year. But its expiration date also sets up a likely fight over funding in the lame-duck congressional session following the November elections. 

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