Washington Averts Immediate Crisis, But Key Governance Problems Remain

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Lawmakers on Thursday avoided a government shutdown as they passed a short-term funding bill to last through December. But key underlying issues of governance remained, including the looming debt ceiling limit and a longstanding stalemate over addressing the country’s crumbling infrastructure, college affordability and climate change. Jim Braude was joined by former Massachusetts Congressman Michael Capuano and Washington Post reporter Annie Linskey to discuss.
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