- The House is today expected to pass a bipartisan but narrow two-year budget deal that Congressional leaders reached earlier this week despite opposition from right-wing groups, with even some of the more conservative Republicans lining up behind the agreement.
- However, the GOP-controlled Rules Committee didn't let Democrats include an amendment to extend federal unemployment benefits that are set to expire on December 28.
- Should the chamber approve the deal, the Senate is seen passing it next week.
House seen approving budget deal
Dec 12 2013, 02:44 ET