Politics & Government

April 8, 2011

Planned Parenthood funding remains obstacle to agreement

Budget negotiators have agreed to cut $38 billion over the last six months of this fiscal year — but there's still no deal because the two sides remained deadlocked over whether to provide federal funding to Planned Parenthood, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Friday. The government will run out of money at midnight, and if no agreement is reached, much of the government will begin shutting down.

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