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Omnibus bill Trump cant Ignore the spending bill because they are appropriations bills. CAN YOU STOP SHILLING NOW!

 
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Omnibus bill Trump cant Ignore the spending bill because they are appropriations bills. CAN YOU STOP SHILLING NOW!
An omnibus spending bill is a type of bill in the United States that packages many of the smaller regular appropriations bills into one larger single bill that could be passed with only one vote in each house. There are twelve different regular appropriations bills that need to be passed each year to fund the federal government and avoid a government shutdown; an omnibus spending bill combines one or more of those bills into a single bill

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There are twelve different regular appropriations bills that need to be passed each year

WHAT IS AN APPROPRIATIONS BILL?

An appropriations bill is a bill that appropriates (gives to, sets aside for) money to specific federal government departments, agencies, and programs. The money provides funding for operations, personnel, equipment, and activities.[1] Regular appropriations bills are passed annually, with the funding they provide covering one fiscal year. The fiscal year is the accounting period of the federal government, which runs from October 1 to September 30 of the following year.[2] Appropriations bills are under the jurisdiction of the United States House Committee on Appropriations and the United States Senate Committee on Appropriations.[1] Both Committees have twelve matching subcommittees, each tasked with working on one of the twelve annual regular appropriations bills.

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An appropriations bill is a bill that appropriates (gives to, sets aside for) money to specific federal government departments, agencies, and programs.





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