The House Hopes To Avert A Government Shutdown Friday, AAA Mid Atlantic Says Today Will Be The Busiest Travel Day Of The Holiday Season…

President Trump still needs to sign off on tax reform bill…

Republicans are rejoicing that Congress has approved a huge tax-cutting bill. It has been presented to the President. It’s unclear when President Trump who is elated about its passage will sign it into law.

The House hopes to avert a government shutdown Friday…

Sources say the lawmakers do not appear to be close to a compromised spending bill. The deadline to approve one that will avert a government shutdown is due by Midnight. Later today the House is expected to present a stop gap bill and giving them until January 19th to come up with a deal.

AAA Mid Atlantic says today will be the busiest travel day of the Holiday season…

AAA Mid Atlantic is calling today a triple trifecta day. Some 7.2 residents in the Metropolitan area are due to head 50 miles or more from home this holiday. The best times to head out Noon or 1. The worst time on the roads will be between 3 and 6 pm.

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