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A new United Technologies/ National Journal Congressional Connection Poll shows Americans strongly support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
If agreement is approved by both chambers, it would fund government beyond Jan. 15 and provide $63 billion in sequester relief over two years.
After clearing several major milestones this year, Sen. Patty Murray may be the best budget ambassador Democrats have.
The Obama administration will now shift its focus to the Senate in an effort to ward off additional sanctions with a deal pending.
Benefits for the long-term unemployed expire Dec. 28, but congressional Democrats hope to find a way to extend the program.
Negotiators say deal is a historic compromise that both sides can support.
Steve Stockman's challenge against John Cornyn, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, brings the total number of candidates running in the primary in Texas to seven.