FILE – U.S. Rep. Walter Jones, from Farmville, North Carolina, was one of 33 House Republicans to vote against Congress’ short-term stopgap spending bill on Thursday, designed to avert a federal government shutdown.
FILE – U.S. Rep. Walter Jones, from Farmville, North Carolina, was one of 33 House Republicans to vote against Congress’ short-term stopgap spending bill on Thursday, designed to avert a federal government shutdown. Cliff Owen AP
FILE – U.S. Rep. Walter Jones, from Farmville, North Carolina, was one of 33 House Republicans to vote against Congress’ short-term stopgap spending bill on Thursday, designed to avert a federal government shutdown. Cliff Owen AP

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