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This town, like many, is navigating an era of movies on iPhones, immigration tensions and a presidency that has upended notions of politics and Midwestern civility.”It’s funny to draw a line in the sand with a movie theater, but that’s what we did.” 

30. Lawmakers and their staffs are still working on a third group of bills to fund the Interior Department and Environmental Protection Agency. The fourth group — which deals with immigration and Homeland Security, including border security — is not expected to be done in time. Lawmakers plan to pass a stopgap measure to keep those agencies and operations funded through mid-December, although the date is in flux. If Democrats win control of the House in November, outgoing Republican lawmakers would have to vote before their replacements are seated in January. The biggest wildcard is Trump, who wants $5 billion for the border wall, a proposal Democrats would certainly block. Last week, the president appeared to endorse a shutdown over the wall, saying it would be a “great political issue.” An agreement on the first round of spending bills — even though they are the least controversial — has given lawmakers hope they can pass other bills in time to avoid a shutdown. The first package “has bipartisan support [and] is free of poison-pill riders” that could jeopardize support, said Sen. Patrick J. Leahy of Vermont, the top Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee. Other Democrats are skeptical of grouping diverse funding bills together, particularly combining the health provisions, a favorite issue of Democrats, with defense, a favorite of the GOP.

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