Lawmakers to Resume Stalled Border-Security Talks


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WASHINGTON—Lawmakers were set to resume negotiations over border security Monday in an effort to avoid another government shutdown this weekend, with talks set to focus on limits on the number of detention beds and funding levels for barriers.

The top four lawmakers on the House and Senate appropriations committees were scheduled to convene Monday afternoon in a bid to resuscitate stalled talks, an aide said.


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