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Senators reach $10 billion COVID-19 deal, leave out global aid

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Senate bargainers reach a slimmed-down $10 billion package for countering COVID-19. Measure drops all funding to help nations abroad combat the pandemic. President Joe Biden initially pushed for a $22.5 billion package. Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer also abandon Biden's request for $5 billion.
Published 10 months ago · Washington, United States

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Democratic, GOP Senate bargainers reach US$10B COVID-19 agreement

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10 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Democratic, GOP Senate bargainers reach $10B COVID agreement

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate bargainers have reached agreement on a slimmed-down $10 billion package for countering COVID-19 with treatments, vaccines and other steps, the top Democratic and Republican negotiators said, but ended up dropping all funding to help nations abroad combat the pandemic.

10 months ago·United States
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