Making further continuing appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, and for other purposes

January 3, 2017
January 22, 2018
Became Public Law

When congressional leaders failed, for a fourth time, to reach a compromise on FY 2018 appropriations, the federal government shut down for 3 days on 1/20–22. Over the weekend, they reached an agreement to use this previously unrelated measure to pass another stop-gap finding measure, extending FY 2017 appropriations for all agencies and departments of the federal government through 2/8/18 (see *H.R. 601 of 1/23/17, *H. J. Res. 123 of 12/4/17, and *H.R. 1370 of 3/6/17 for the previous 3 stop-gap funding measures). FY 2018 appropriations ultimately passed into law on 3/23/18 (*H.R. 1625 of 3/20/18).

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