Last night, the U.S. House approved a Senate-backed plan to reopen the federal government, bringing an end to the 16-day partial government shutdown. The U.S. government is once again open for business — at least until mid-January.
Last night's vote ended the shutdown through January 15, and raised the debt ceiling till February 7 (and perhaps a month longer).
But that vote divided Michigan's Republican members of Congress.
Joining us from Washington, D.C. is David Shepardson, the Washington reporter for the Detroit News.
Listen to the full interview above.