WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Absent a permanent budget deal, Republicans will not allow the Senate to vote on a stopgap measure to keep the government operating beyond Friday night unless it contains additional spending cuts, a Republican aide said.
If a permanent deal is reached, Republicans would allow the Senate to vote on a measure that would keep the government open for a few more day at current funding levels, a separate Republican aide has said.
(Reporting by Thomas Ferraro; Editing by Vicki Allen)
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