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Sunday, December 13

Senate Approves $447 Billion Dollar Spending Bill

The Senate approved $447 billion in spending for the 2010 budget year - money needed to fund the federal government after this week. On a vote of 57-35, the Senate approved the spending plan.

The bill also authorizes about $600 billion in federal spending on government programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security, funding that is set by formula and cannot be altered by Congress.

So totaling about 1.1 Trillion, do you think that the government should cut some programs, or do the American people need these programs for our day to day lives?

The Senate Sets Aside a Bill to Restrict Federal Funding for Abortion, probably for good.

Sen. Ben Nelson's (D-Neb.) amendment 2962 (To prohibit the use of Federal funds for abortions.) was voted 54-45 to motion to table, or set aside.  So it looks like American tax payers will most likely be paying for women's abortions if the Health Care bill is passed.

If you do not agree with paying for abortion you may want to contact your representative in the senate.

Click here to view the results of the vote.