Washington (Reuters) – The U.S. Congress on Friday narrowly approves a $3 trillion crafted bill of Democrats to provide additional aid for fighting with causing and stimulating a poorly shaky economy shaken by the epidemic.
By a vote of 208-199 Democrats won through a bill which the Republican leader, who controls the Senate, has sworn to block despite the Republican support for the regulation to help state and local governments.
Republican President Donald Trump has promised a veto if it has reached his desk.
However, the measures of the Democratic Party can trigger a new round of negotiations with the Republican and Trump Congress, who have talked about the need to safeguard new business responsibilities in the age of causing or cutting additional taxes.
The Democratic Party opposed both of these ideas.
After the vote, the majority leader of the House Steny Hoyer announced that May 27-28 would be devoted to voting on some types of coronavirus concerning invoices if one was ready by then.
He does not provide details about the contents of such an invoice.
The United States economy has suffered a devastating blow from the outbreak. Some 36.5 million people – or more than one in five workers – in the United States have submitted to the unemployment rate since the crisis began.
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