Progress Slow on Virus Relief Bill as Negotiations Continue


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, accusing top Democrats of stonewalling negotiations over another relief bill for Corona virus worked March with Cara's act were productive in good faith conversations between chairman and ranking members about partisan process. Led by members. But this time the speaker in the Democrat leader had forbidden their members from negotiating at all. Minority leader. New York's Chuck Schumer says Republicans and Democrats remain far apart on a number of issues, but they're finally moving in the right direction with additional relief because Republicans could not articulated position on hardly anything. I believe we're making progress. We came closer together on several issues. Speaking on the Senate floor, Schumer says the Corona virus outbreak has washed over this country like a great flood. And Republicans, he says, are acting like we need to fix a leaky faucet

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