Congress Reportedly Closing in on Coronavirus Relief Bill

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By David Morgan5 Min Read­WASH­ING­TON (Reuters) — Mem­bers of the U.S. Con­gress are expect­ed as ear­ly as Mon­day to unveil bipar­ti­san leg­is­la­tion to send a long-await­ed infu­sion of fed­er­al aid to Amer­i­can fam­i­lies and busi­ness­es reel­ing from the resur­gent coro­n­avirus pandemic.FILE PHOTO: U.S. Speak­er of the House Nan­cy Pelosi (D‑CA) speaks to reporters on Capi­tol Hill in Wash­ing­ton, U.S., Decem­ber 3, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner/File Pho­toA group from the Demo­c­ra­t­ic-led House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives and Repub­li­can-run Sen­ate is expect­ed to roll out the for­mal text of a $908 bil­lion COVID-19 relief bill to blunt the health and eco­nom­ic impact of the virus into the ear­ly days of Pres­i­dent-elect Joe Biden’s administration.“With the econ­o­my weak­en­ing, with 200,000 addi­tion­al cas­es of the virus yes­ter­day, and with so many of these …

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