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GOP pulls the No Child Left Behind bill from floor schedule as leaders put out fires on the DHS front.
The House is working on an alternate three-week funding measure, and time is running out.
Republicans are going to kick the can down the road.
Tensions build on House floor over GOP plan to move short-term bill to avert shutdown.
At the conservative political conference Thursday, attendees see GOP leaders as a bigger problem than a DHS shutdown.
The chamber will pass its measure Friday, though House prospects remain uncertain.
The measure would keep the department funded for three more weeks.