Democrats unveil bill to end shutdown – without money for Trump's wall
- Sources say House to vote on package on Thursday
- Monday represents 10th day of government shutdown
Democrats on Monday unveiled legislation designed to re-open the federal government, without providing money for Donald Trump’s border wall.
According to an anonymous aide quoted by the Associated Press, the House is preparing to vote on the package on Thursday, when the new Congress will convene with Democrats in the majority in the lower chamber for the first time since 2010. It will include one bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security at current levels through 8 February, with $1.3bn for border security. Trump has demanded $5bn.