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NPR News: 09-22-2020 10PM ET

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Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Speer a stopgap funding bill to keep the government running through December 11th passed the house late this evening. The legislation must still be approved by the Senate and signed by President Trump or the government would face another shutdown threat in 8 days or mmpr. Susan Davis. The legislation will keep the government funded through December 11th in the past with overwhelming bipartisan support. But only after a partisan dust-up over farm and nutrition 8 the initial bill lacked more than 20 billion requested by the Trump Administration for the commodity Credit Corporation, which provides a to American farmers house Speaker Nancy Pelosi accuse the president of using it as a political slush fund for their was push back from house Democrats in farm-state who advocated for including the funds that position ultimately prevailed the bill also expands nutrition assistance for school children to continue to receive meals while learning remotely Susan Davis,

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NPR News Washington has Republicans are signaling their willingness to line up behind President Trump. How old is John Travolta now Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer saying the American people don't want the goat head of the election running a multitude of Rights would be endangered by 6 2/3 majority conservative Court Health Care protections for pre-existing conditions women's rights gay rights workers rights labor Rights Voting Rights civil rights climate change and so much else is that restroom door said nothing is off the table for Senate rules changes. If Democrats were to win control of the senate in November. He said his Republican colleagues and under the justice is dying wish and hold off feeling her seat until after the presidential election a Canadian woman accused of mailing a package containing ricin to the White House made her initial appearance in federal court today NPR's Ryan Lucas has more

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A sculptor. Yeah is charged with making a threat against the US president. She was arrested at the u.s. Canada border on Sunday according to court papers. I told Customs and Border Patrol officers at the time that she was quote wanted by the FBI for the ricin letters Authority safe area also had a loaded firearm talking to her waistband as well as a nice in her possession the ricin-laced letter addressed to President Trump call the president quote the ugly pirate clown and urged him to withdraw from the election the Secret Service intercepted it during routine screening at an off-site facility is expected back in court early next week Ryan Lucas NPR News Washington about the current state of the economy. That's according to new Associated press-norc Center for public affairs. Research Paul vines around 60% of those surveyed do the current economy as poor on Wall Street today. The Dow is up a hundred forty points 284. This is NPR.

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The NFL has find two more head coaches for not wearing face masks protect against coronavirus spread legs has Jon Gruden of the Las Vegas Raiders and the Sean Payton of the New Orleans Saints each have to pay $100,000 their teams who played this week's Monday Night Football game. We're also find NPR Tom Goldman Monday Night Football viewers were able to see Jon Gruden's trademarks near because for most of the game his mask was under his chin New Orleans. Sean Payton kept his around his neck along with their hundred-thousand-dollar finds their teams each refine 250,000 the NFL announced last week, it would crack down on those who violate the new rule that everyone in a team's bench area on the field except players has to wear a mask Monday the NFL find three other head coaches and their teams the same amount so far. The league is having success commanding the virus in the most recent testing more than 2,400 players were tested with zero pause.

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Results Tom Goldman NPR news previously owned homes bounced up 2.4% last month has the housing market continues to show signs of recovery and moves pass. What was a huge dick time is the spring generally a prime home sales. National Association of Realtors, the industry's main trade group. So that sells existing homes Rose to a seasonally adjusted 6 million units last month overall sales rep 10 and a half percent from a year ago. Crude oil Futures prices rebounded following stocks higher today or lended the session up $0.24 a barrel to settle it 3955 a barrel in New York. I'm Jack Speer NPR news.
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