Tonight, we examine the $483.4 billion relief package just passed by the Senate, intended to refill the coffers of small businesses and hospitals to provide for more testing. All eyes now move to the House. Also, CQ Roll Call’s Katherine Tully-McManus talks about how Republicans and Democrats are grappling with legislating in the age of COVID-19.
- Coronavirus aid package passes Senate
- Aid bill to fund virus testing as debate over closures rolls on
- Lobbying on coronavirus surges as Congress doles out trillions
- AFL-CIO’s Trumka rejects reopening without safety measures
- Senate report: Kremlin support for Trump in 2016 is accurate