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With aid talks stalled, lawmakers go home

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With aid talks stalled, lawmakers go home

With aid talks stalled, lawmakers go home

[NFA] The prospects for a deal in the U.S. Congress to help Americans suffering due to the coronavirus pandemic dimmed on Friday, with the Senate and House of Representatives in recess.

This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.


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