House GOP to Offer Own Shutdown Plan — With Obamacare Changes

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WASHINGTON [Breaking news update, 9:51 a.m. ET]

House Republicans will offer their own plan on Tuesday to temporarily reopen the government and raise the federal debt ceiling while also making changes to Obamacare, GOP sources told CNN’s Dana Bash and Deirdre Walsh.

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Beat the clock: Reid cites ‘tremendous progress’ in debt ceiling talks

filephoto U.S. Capitol Shutdown

File photo of U.S. Capitol

Will Tuesday be Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s “bright day”?

He said Monday night that talks with his Republican counterpart, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, had made “tremendous progress” toward an agreement to end the partial government shutdown and raise the nation’s self-imposed borrowing limit, raising hopes among investors, world leaders and regular Americans that the shutdown stalemate was nearing an end.

“Perhaps tomorrow will be a bright day,” he said.

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