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US Congress passes $892B in COVID relief measures

US Congress passes $892B in COVID relief measures

The US Congress on Monday approved a $892B emergency spending bill to tackle to the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill provides $284B for loans to small business to keep workers employed, besides $166B for one-time payments of $600 each to most US citizens among other measures. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the $600 checks would be sent out as soon as next week.

Kathy
Kathy
Cheryl
Cheryl 1 months

THE AMERICAN PEOPLE HAVE "SPOKEN".... YOU FILTHY HEATHENS KEEP THAT LOUSY AZZ $600.00 BUCKS!! ITS [CHUMP CHANGE!!!

Scrum Master
Scrum Master 1 months

And most of it is going to the wealthy and corporations. Again. Let's stop electing corrupt people okay? Thanks.

Fast Eddy
Fast Eddy 1 months

No articles about the bill making streaming copyrighted material illegally a felony?

Our Father
Our Father 1 months

It’s kinda funny that conservatives/Trump supporters are angry about this too because they think no working class person, person at risk of eviction, starving family deserve virtually any hand outs or something less than 600 cuz muh bootstraps lol. Yet they whine about POS they elect who don’t return benefits for the greater good, but make themseleves and their corporate donors richer. Some big brains the republicans party base has lol.

J
J 1 months

Our elected leaders need to be fired, rules changed to make the American people the #1 priority, and they can not vote themselves raises or take money from lobbyists. This would be a starting point for restructuring DC.

coughdrop1989
coughdrop1989 1 months

So let me get this straight.... A few years ago we the people bailed out the banks. The Rothschild family pretty much. Now that the entire world is hurting we the people need to bail ourselfs out again. Thanks to everyone who voted for career politicians this year. Really rocking the boat lol.

Burger
Burger 1 months

More big money for the rich, more scraps for the poor. It’s the American way.

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