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GOP coronavirus relief bill fails to pass in Senate

A GOP relief monthly bill failed in the Senate yesterday and in reality was considered useless upon arrival by Democrats, who reported that what the Republicans proposed was inadequate.

On Twitter, Senate Minority Chief Chuck Schumer known as the monthly bill “emaciated.”

The Senate vote of fifty two-forty five did not satisfy the 60 votes required to advance the coronavirus relief package deal that included close to $500 billion for smaller corporations, improved unemployment insurance policy, baby care, the put up workplace and educational facilities, in accordance to The Washington Write-up. It would have also developed a  liability shield for corporations from sure lawsuits linked to the coronavirus.

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Although the monthly bill also included funds for coronavirus tests, no dollars was earmarked for medical center relief, as was passed previously in CARES Act funding.

An additional legislative attempt at a COVID-19 relief monthly bill is reportedly not going to materialize just before the November three presidential election.

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