House GOP leaders approve Senate proposed deal
In a late breaking announcement, Speaker John Boehner and the leadership of the Republican party in the House of Representatives intend to vote for the approval of the latest bipartisan agreement drafted in the Senate. Should the deal be approved, it would avoid a financial default on its loans and lift the partial shutdown of government.
Officials said last Wesnesday theGOP have made their intentions clear as to the approval of the deal after a meeting held by rank and file Republicans.
In a statement to the House of Representatives, Speaker Boehner said, he 'fought with everything' to convince President Barack Obama to enter into bipartisan negotiations on the country's debt and the controversial three year old health care law. He continued that the fight would continue despite the concessions made in this deal.
The officials who relayed the information spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authoritzed to discuss internal deliberations of the party with the public.
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