Bipartisan COVID-19 relief deal to be offered by centrist House group

Bipartisan COVID-19 relief deal to be offered by centrist House group

A bipartisan group comprising of nearly 50 House lawmakers will, on Tuesday, reportedly offer its own coronavirus relief plan in an effort to revive the stalled negotiations between the White House and Nancy Pelosi, the House Speaker. The group, named the Problem Solvers Caucus is made up of centrist Democrats and Republicans and is looking to propose a package worth $1.5 trillion.

Tom A
Tom A
chillful
chillful 2 days

"Frustrated lawmakers"... what a joke. Imagine the rest of us who have read news about a second check for 3 months straight.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 2 days

Print money 💰 😎 👌

LesterCovax
LesterCovax 2 days

Maybe if more than 3 people (Pelosi, McConnell, Mnuchin) were involved in the negotiations, we wouldn't be in this position. Bunch of cowards to not stand up to that oligarchy sooner.

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