The United States Senate is set to vote today in Washington on a Republican-proposed Bill to end the longest federal government shutdown - essentially a funding lapse that has left hundreds of thousands of federal employees working without pay - in the country's history.
But with the Democrats still against the proposal, the chances of it passing remain uncertain at best.
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