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U.S. Senate awaits House coronavirus bill, Schumer proposes $750 billion more in emergency spending

Reuters Monday, 16 March 2020
Even as the U.S. Senate grappled over what to do with a wide-ranging coronavirus economic stimulus bill passed by the House of Representatives, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Monday urged an additional $750 billion to address the crisis.
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