Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times 25 Mar 2020

Coronavirus relief package includes aid for just about everyone, according to Trump


Supporters say the bill will help buoy Americans who have been laid off or are working reduced hours, critics have identified holes in the legislative safety net.

Pelosi holds news conference on coronavirus relief package.
Senators returned to Capitol Hill Monday, after failing to agree on a $1.6 trillion coronavirus relief bill. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN Boston to explain.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said that the Senate's coronavirus relief plan could be a "financial lifeline" to Americans during a virtual town hall.
The largest economic relief package in U.S. history is expected to get the Senate's greenlight, despite some last-minute roadblocks. The package will include direct payments to most Americans, unemployment benefits and a boost for small businesses.

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