October 20, 2020
Congress Punts FY21 Funding Battle As High Court Confirmation Looms
Lawmakers have agreed to extend current funding for OSHA and other executive agencies to Dec. 11, delaying a battle over potential fiscal year 2021 budget cuts or boosts until after the election -- and likely after the Senate battle over confirming a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. House Democrats on Sept. 21 formally proposed a continuing resolution (CR) to maintain government funding at FY20 levels, including OSHA’s $581.8 million, past the end of the fiscal...
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