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U.S. senators will vote on Wednesday on a $2 trillion bipartisan package of legislation to alleviate the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, hoping it will become law quickly.U.S. senators will vote on Wednesday on a $2 trillion bipartisan package of legislation to alleviate the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, hoping it will become law quickly.

“We fought for more than more than $150B for our healthcare system. That includes a new $100B fund that is available to all healthcare providers on the frontlines of the crisis. Tests, ventilators, beds, protective equipment, medicines, lost revenues, staffing, and more.”

Chuck Schumer on Twitter: "We fought for more than more than $150B for our healthcare system. That includes a new $100B fund that is available to all healthcare providers on the frontlines of the crisis. Tests, ventilators, beds, protective equipment, medicines, lost revenues, staffing, and more."

“We fought to put people and workers first. We fought to send much-needed resources to fight coronavirus. The agreement now reflects those priorities. https://t.co/7skRD5FIln”

Chuck Schumer on Twitter: "We fought to put people and workers first. We fought to send much-needed resources to fight coronavirus. The agreement now reflects those priorities.… https://t.co/1kTlmhuOL0"

“Congress must act now to strengthen our health and economic security. Encouraged to see the bipartisan stimulus give L.A. & other cities new resources to combat COVID-19. Thank you @SenSchumer & @SpeakerPelosi for fighting to support our hospitals, workers, & small businesses.”

Mayor Eric Garcetti on Twitter: "Congress must act now to strengthen our health and economic security. Encouraged to see the bipartisan stimulus give L.A. & other cities new resources to combat COVID-19. Thank you @SenSchumer & @SpeakerPelosi for fighting to support our hospitals, workers, & small businesses."

“THE KUSHNER CLAUSE? The conflict of interest provision inserted by @SenSchumer & Senate Dems expressly prohibits @USTreasury from giving assistance from its $500 billion (Section 4003) fund to "the spouse, child, SON-IN-LAW, or daughter-in-law" of federal officials. [caps added]”

Kenneth P. Vogel on Twitter: "THE KUSHNER CLAUSE? The conflict of interest provision inserted by @SenSchumer & Senate Dems expressly prohibits @USTreasury from giving assistance from its $500 billion (Section 4003) fund to "the spouse, child, SON-IN-LAW, or daughter-in-law" of federal officials. [caps added]… https://t.co/iXClWaTsLL"

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer formally announced today the expected passage of the latest COVID-19 emergency package he directly negotiated, delivering +$40 billU.S. Senator Charles Schumer formally announced today the expected passage of the latest COVID-19 emergency package he directly negotiated, delivering +$40 billion dollars to the state, city, and its citizens. In reaching an agreement, the Senate will help New York address the coronavirus crisis, support our local communities, and most importantly put workers first. "This…

Schumer provides details of Corona 3 emergency funding | News, Sports, Jobs - Observer Today

ALBANY — The $2 trillion federal stimulus legislation addressing the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 emergency provides $15.5 billion in payments to New Yorkers with another $15 billion headedALBANY — The $2 trillion federal stimulus legislation addressing the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 emergency provides $15.5 billion in payments to New Yorkers with another $15 billion headed

Schumer outlines how stimulus dollars will flow to New York | Local News | thedailystar.com

U.S. senators will vote on Wednesday on a $2 trillion (1.7 trillion pounds) bipartisan package of legislation to alleviate the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, hoping it will become law quickly.U.S. senators will vote on Wednesday on a $2 trillion (1.7 trillion pounds) bipa...

'Help is on the way,' but timing uncertain on $2 trillion Senate coronavirus aid vote - Reuters

U.S. senators will vote on Wednesday on a $2 trillion bipartisan package of legislation to alleviate the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, hoping it will become law quickly.U.S. senators will vote on Wednesday on a $2 trillion bipartisan package of legislation to alleviate the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, hoping it will become law quickly.

U.S. Senate close to passing $2 trillion in coronavirus aid, timing of vote unclear | Article [AMP] | Reuters

The Senate's $2 trillion coronavirus relief package is expected to pass sometime Wednesday before being sent to the House. The historic bill is designed to help workers and businesses affected by the damage the coronavirus pandemic is causing the economy, including people who have already lost their jobs as a result. Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about what that means for you.The Senate's $2 trillion coronavirus relief package is expected to pass sometime Wednesday before being sent to the House. The historic bill is designed to help workers and businesses affected by the damage the coronavirus pandemic is causing the economy, including people who have already lost their jobs as a result. Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about what that means for you.

US Senate to vote on relief package as fears grow in New YorkUS Senate to vote on relief package as fears grow in New York

US Senate to vote on relief package as fears grow in New York - France 24

Negotiations between congressional leaders and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin yielded a deal early Wednesday, clearing the way for lawmakers to a vote on a $2 trillion stimulus package designed to halt economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak.Negotiations between congressional leaders and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin yielded a deal early Wednesday, clearing the way for lawmakers to a vote on a $2 trillion stimulus package designed to halt economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak.

Lawmakers, Administration Reach Deal On COVID-19 Relief - Law360

Thursda is likely the earliest Congress will send President Donald Trump a stimulus bill to address the coronavirus pandemic.Thursda is likely the earliest Congress will send President Donald Trump a stimulus bill to address the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Senate on Wednesday will pass the largest, most sweeping economic emergency aid package in the history of the United States of America to address the economic fallout of theThe Senate on Wednesday will pass the largest, most sweeping economic emergency aid package in the history of the United States of America to address the economic fallout of the

Congress on track to pass the largest emergency aid deal in US history | Nation | stltoday.com

And New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo urges a vote against the stimulus bill.And New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo urges a vote against the stimulus bill.

POLITICO Playbook PM: We’re at the half-yard line - POLITICO

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What's in the $2 trillion US Senate coronavirus rescue package - The Hindu BusinessLine

"We're going to pass this legislation later today," Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said."We're going to pass this legislation later today," Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.

US Senate reaches agreement on massive coronavirus response bill - The Jerusalem Post