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Explainer: What's in the U.S. coronavirus aid bill that just passed Congress?

Credit: Reuters- Published on March 19, 2020
The U.S. Senate passed a more than $100 billion coronavirus aid package on Wednesday, sending it on to President Donald Trump who is expected to sign it into law. Lawmakers are already working on another stimulus effort in response to the widening outbreak in the country.
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Published on March 17, 2020 -  00:59
McConnell urges Senate to pass coronavirus aid plan
U.S Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday that many Republicans see 'shortcomings' in the House-passed coronavirus aid plan, but he urged his Republican colleagues to 'gag and vote for it anyways'.

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