(Updated at 1:50 p.m. ET)
The government will re-open Monday afternoon after the Senate broached an agreement on a three-week budget stopgap paired with Children's Health Insurance Program funding and the delays of certain Affordable Care Act taxes.
The new spending measure is slated to pass Monday after Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and a bloc of Democrats pledged their votes after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) promised to resolve the status of young undocumented immigrants by Feb. 8 or bring a bill to the Senate floor.
Along with CHIP, which had become a key leverage point Republicans used to attack Democrats for their filibuster of the original House-passed GOP continuing budget resolution, the measure will delay the medical-device tax, the Cadillac tax and the health insurance tax—with the health insurance tax delay postponed until 2019.
It's unclear whether the House would consider any immigration bill the Senate manages to pass, even as Democrats expressed hope Monday that this vote will turn the page in partisan relations.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said Senate leaders are close to a spending caps deal as Congress prepares another budget patch for Feb. 8 and a spending omnibus that is expected to include must-pass health measures such as retroactive funding for community health centers and Medicare programs for hospitals, as well as disaster aid, further delay of disproportionate-share hospital payments that are already in effect, and money for the opioid epidemic.