Washington (Reuters) – The U.S. Department of Representatives is set on Friday to argue and vote on a Democratic bill of $3 trillion aimed at salving the heavy human and economic numbers of the epidemic that caused almost 85,000 Americans to die and close much of the economy.
PHOTO: Police staff wearing masks protecting Capitol USA building in Washington, USA, Nov. 14, 2020. REUTERS/Erin Scott
Home speakers Nancy Pelosi and her Democratic Party crafted of legislation to the depths that the Senate promised would be “dead on arrival” in their chambers.
The House bill includes $500 billion in aid to state governments, a direct payment round for individuals and families to help stimulate the ailing economy, and the dangers paid to medical personnel and others on the front lines of the epidemic.
If adopted, it will double the amount of spending that Congress has been authorized since March to resist the coronavirus.
But unlike the previous four coronavirus – the bill response was approved by Congress in recent months, this one appeared ready to land on the floor with little or no support from the Republic.
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McConnell and other Republican leaders in Congress have said more time is needed to measure the effectiveness of the $3 trillion in the…