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"Later today on a bipartisan accord to avoid another partial government shutdown. It's expected that the Senate would vote I followed by the house, then it's up to the president to sign. Senate majority leader Republican Mitch McConnell legislation will wrap up all of our upside at regular appropriation bills and get the entire federal government funded the right way. CBS's Rebecca Kaplan on what's in the Bill must contentious items in this legislation had to deal with border security. We saw money for fencing along the southern border and millions four hundred and fifty million to be exact for enhanced medical support transportation, food and clothing for migrants in detention as well as nine hundred million for more inspections at ports of entry the White House has hinted that although it gives the president only a fraction of what he asked. He's likely to sign it we're gonna take a look at it when it comes. I don't wanna see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. This is NewsRadio nine fifty WBZ. News time three thirty two following up from CBS news, President Trump says he's not expecting the government shutdown. That's a signal that he's leaning towards accepting a budget deal ahead of Friday's deadline to avoid another partial shutdown of the federal government. I think a point was made with the last shutdown people realized how bad the border is how unsafe the border is at. I think a lot of good points were made. But"