Headline: Budget Debate: House Prepares For Battle Over Short-Term Spending Bill
WASHINGTON — House Republicans plan to condition a short-term spending bill for averting a government shutdown next month on making Senate Democrats vote on – but not necessarily pass – a tea party-backed plan to dismantle President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
The move would be a partial victory for conservatives demanding a House vote to "defund `Obamacare'" as part of any must-pass stopgap funding bill. But GOP leaders are employing an unusual procedural trick to make sure that the tea party measure doesn't get in the way of smooth passage of a straightforward stopgap funding bill before the Oct. 1 start of the new budget year.
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