House Democrats Unveil Updated COVID-19 Relief Bill
There is still no sign a bill will pass. Republicans say they won't endorse a bill that costs more than $1 trillion.
House Democrats unveiled a new COVID-19 relief bill.
The proposal is worth $2.2 trillion. It would reintroduce a weekly $600 boost to unemployment benefits and includes another $1,200 payment to most Americans.
The new proposal is scaled back compared to the bill that was passed in May — an earlier version that would have cost $3.4 trillion.
There is still no sign a bill will pass. Democrats and Republicans have not made any progress for weeks.
Republicans say they won't endorse a bill that costs more than $1 trillion.
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