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Senate Republicans release their COVID-19 relief bill. Is it enough?

CQ Budget, Ep. 165

Senate Republicans released text of their latest COVID-19 relief bill yesterday, but there may be a long road ahead before a bill is signed in Congress.
Senate Republicans released text of their latest COVID-19 relief bill yesterday, but there may be a long road ahead before a bill is signed in Congress. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

CQ Roll Call’s David Lerman and Jennifer Shutt discuss the latest COVID-19 relief bill from Senate Republicans, breaking down its provisions, disagreements within the GOP and Democrats’ criticisms of the package. They also explain how long it could take for negotiators to reach bipartisan agreement.

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