Obama rejects house GOP offer; eyes turn to Senate

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WASHINGTON- As talks between House Speaker John Boehner and President Barack Obama over the government shutdown and looming debt limit deadline have hit a brick wall, attention now turns to the Senate where members are working on a separate plan to reopen the government.

The standstill has decreased the possibility that the House would vote to reopen the government this weekend, and while leadership would remain in Washington to continue work, rank-and-file members might return to their districts until Monday afternoon.




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