Helium Shortage Averted
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The Federal Helium Program, which provides about 42 percent of the nation’s helium from a storage site in Texas, was set to shut down Oct. 7 unless lawmakers intervened. Closing the reserve could cause a worldwide helium shortage.
The Senate unanimously approved a bill extending the helium reserve on Thursday, a day after the House approved the measure, also unanimously. The bill now goes to the president.
Lets see how they do with the debt ceiling and continuing resolution! Will the government shutdown?