- House Republican leaders said voting on the proposal would begin Thursday
- First, lawmakers must pass a short-term funding extension as the government would shut down Wednesday at midnight
- Democrats are unhappy at language removing the ban on crude oil exports; Conservatives wanted to bar federal funding for Planned Parenthood
- The deal would suspend two major Obamacare taxes as well
Washington (CNN)House Speaker Paul Ryan told Republican lawmakers Tuesday that congressional leaders reached an agreement on a massive $1.1 trillion bill to fund the government through September, setting up votes later this week that would avert a shutdown, according to multiple lawmakers who attended a closed door session with the speaker.