The White House said it "would not oppose" a plan passed by the House of Representatives Wednesday that would waive the federal government’s debt limit until May 18, delaying the government’s potential default. If passed by the Senate and signed by the White House, this focuses the next fiscal showdown between Republicans and Democrats on the impending sequester and fiscal year 2013 budget, both of which must be dealt with in March.
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