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Congress Strikes Long-Sought Stimulus Deal to Provide $900 Billion in Aid

The House of Representatives is set to vote on a $900 billion bipartisan stimulus package that that will jointly fund the government for a year and deliver a second stimulus check of $600 and $300 in weekly unemployment insurance for out-of-work Americans. Originally slated for a vote on Sunday, the vote slid to Monday while lawmakers tackled last-minute legal language and passed a stopgap bill to fund the government long enough to pass COVID-19 relief along with a yearly federal spending act.

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