After Labor Day, the two chambers will have to figure out how to keep the government open.
The chambers will try to split their differences by October, when a three-month patch runs out.
Neither chamber wants to pass the other's bill, so a 60-day measure has emerged as a possible fallback.
Despite the Iran review bill, President Obama has been gaining—not losing—power to negotiate and wage war abroad.
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