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House Sets Vote on $1.5 Trillion Funding Bill, Ukraine Response

  • Package includes money for Covid-19 pandemic response
  • Legislation provides funding for government operations
The Pentagon building in Arlington, Virginia, U.S.
The Pentagon building in Arlington, Virginia, U.S.Photographer: Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg
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The House is set to vote Wednesday on a long-delayed $1.5 trillion spending bill that would fund the U.S. government through the rest of the fiscal year and provide $13.6 billion to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.