Nancy Pelosi Just Released Her Own Coronavirus Bill. It Is Much Bigger Than Trump’s.

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House Democrats released their own stimulus plan for coronavirus tonight. It’s bigger and different than the one Mitch McConnell has had voted down twice already. 

The Democratic bill was apparently leaked early today and has been, according to Politico, “circulating on K street.” (What hasn’t?)

But is it good, this bill, or is not good? I don’t know.

But here is a one page summary

And here is the entire bill, if you really need something to read.

Here are some tweets about it:

Here’s McConnell’s one:

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