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Democrats Again Block Action on Coronavirus Stimulus, Seeking Restrictions on Corporate Aid

NYTimes.com Monday, 23 March 2020 ()
Tempers flared on the Senate floor as Republicans accused Democrats of slowing needed assistance and Democrats said the package fell short.
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U.S. Senate Democrats blocked a massive coronavirus stimulus bill from advancing on Sunday (March 22), as Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer expressed concerns that the bill would benefit corporate interests at the expense of hospitals, healthcare workers, cities and states. Gloria Tso reports.

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