The House voted to keep the government funded until January 19, with the Senate expected to grant final approval of the bill Thursday evening, the New York Times reported.

The measure provides short-term funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, whose financing lapsed at the end of September, but delays dealing with issues including health care and immigration until after the new year, the Times said.

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