In a scramble to get out of town, Congress got two things done.
States don't have to worry about a 28-percent cut in federal payments for road projects. Congress is putting $10 billion dollars into the nearly bankrupt Highway Trust Fund.
They also passed a bill that allows the Veterans Administration to hire more workers, open more clinics, and pay for vets who seek outside care.
But there's a big rift on how much to give President Obama to deal with the unaccompanied children crossing the border, and lawmakers disagree on whether to roll back a 2008 law that defers deportations.
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