House passes COVID relief bill, but it's unlikely to pass Senate


House Democrats on Thursday passed a two point two trillion dollar corona virus relief bill sending the slimmed-down aid package to the Senate more than four months after they pass the three. Point four trillion dollar heroes. Act Senate Republicans refuse to vote on the previous spill and majority leader Mitch McConnell has signaled. He will not vote on the revised. Heroes Act either this comes as the Census Bureau show ten percent of US households report they. Sometimes are often did not have enough to eat within the past seven days with nearly one in five and Latino households affected meanwhile anti-hunger activists around the United States are denouncing a letter written in English and Spanish and signed by President Trump placed in food assistance boxes doled out to food banks nationwide there denouncing the letter is a violation of the Hatch Act, which prohibits federal employees from using government property for partisan political gain.

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