COVID-19 Relief Talks Collapse In Congress

Last week, the White House and Congressional Democrats were unable to reach a deal on a COVID-19 relief package as both sides accused the other of being unwilling to compromise.

Republican rank and file are unenthusiastic over the prospect of another trillion-dollar spending package, while Republican moderates up for reelection need a COVID-19 deal to increase their chances for reelection.

Most Senators left town last night, however, they will return if a deal is reached between the White House and Democratic leadership.

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