Seventh spending bill for 2015 clears the House on 228-195 vote

07/17/2014 | Hill, The

The seventh appropriations measure for fiscal year 2015 has passed the House of Representatives on a 228-195 vote. The measure contains major reductions to the budget of the Internal Revenue Service, and would require the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to receive funding from the appropriations process in 2016, rather than from the Federal Reserve. Because of disagreements over amendments, the Senate has not yet passed any appropriations bills for fiscal 2015.

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