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Mountain areas, but still significant, it exacerbates an already dangerous situation for potential avalanches. Box. 31 meteorologist Brooks Garner. Now monitor this very careful if you have any ambitions to go up to the high country, because, unfortunately, it's been such a tragic week, already the fourth death in a week in Colorado from an avalanche happening. East Vale that's just south of the Vale area. Avalanche warnings and watches continue through 7 A.m. but could be extended due to conditions to Capitol Hill. Now we're the Senate pulled an all nighter voting on moon amendments to President Biden's covert relief package. It's part of an effort to pass the proposal through the budget reconciliation process. In one of many steps targeting President Biden's nearly $2 trillion covert relief plan passed The Senate agreed to an amendment that could limit the number of Americans who would qualify for additional stimulus checks. The amendment will bar upper income taxpayers from receiving more checks, but it didn't specify an income threshold. President Biden's proposal calls for $1400 in direct payments. The Senate also voted to include an amendment that would prohibit undocumented immigrants from receiving the checks. Well officials. ABC NEWS Washington White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says the president supports efforts to reduce the crushing burden of student loan debt. The president has and continues to support canceling $10,000 federal student loan debt per person as a response to the covert crisis. She did not embrace calls to forgive all student loan debts entirely. Senate Democrats are introducing a proposal to cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debt on the theme of education. Leaders of Colorado's education groups are advocating for this year. See mass standardized testing for grades three through eight. Canceled. New polling conducted in these past.