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Senate lawmakers and the White House have agreed on a $2 trillion stimulus bill to bolster the US economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Senate will vote on the bill Wednesday, after which it needs to pass in the House before being signed into law by President Donald Trump.
The proposed relief package includes about $500 billion in loans and other help to companies and state and local governments, $350 billion to small businesses, and $150 billion to hospitals and healthcare providers, Bloomberg reported.
It would also expand unemployment benefits by boosting the payment amount by $600 per week for up to 4 months and including provisions for self-employed and contract workers, according to Vox.
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Senate lawmakers and the White House have reached an agreement on a $2 trillion stimulus bill to bolster the US economy during the coronavirus pandemic.

The proposed relief package, which still needs to pass in the House of Representatives before being signed into law by President Donald Trump, includes about $500 billion in loans and other help to companies and state and local governments, $350 billion to small businesses, and $150 billion to hospitals and healthcare providers, …read more


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