McConnell: Senate to vote next week on GOP COVID-19 relief bill
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The bill would cost around around $500 billion, significantly less than House Democrats and the White House are seeking.
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Senate one step away from Barrett confirmation
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Senate vote on Supreme Court nominee would toss a can of gasoline into heated electionOur View: Rush to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett by Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell betrays voters casting their verdict.
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