US Senate passes one coronavirus aid package while working on another

US Senate passes one coronavirus aid package while working on another

The Senate passed a legislation Wednesday providing more than $100 billions to confront the economic impacts of the coronavirus outbreak. President Trump signed the bill into law, and Congress and the White House are discussing additional stimulus measures that could cost more than $1 trillion. That package could include two rounds of direct payments to Americans, totaling $250 billion each.

Chris
Chris
IvoryDove
IvoryDove 2 months

Requiring a permanent change to the 1993 act that required employers with 50 or more employees to provide "paid family leave" to employers with only ONE EMPLOYEE is a crooked thing to do.

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