By Jason Dick and Evan CampbellPosted July 23, 2020 at 6:57pm
In tonight’s episode, Senate leaders have been working to release their version of the next COVID-19 relief bill, but talks fizzled after disagreements among Republicans over certain provisions, and the White House’s decision to take time to read the fine print, killed any hope of text coming out Thursday. CQ Roll Call’s Paul Krawzak has the latest on what we know about the bill.
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