Stimulus package agreed in Senate, should go back to Congress for re-approval


President Joe Biden’s stimulus package has come one step closer. The US Senate, after long meetings, agreed to the budget of the $ 1900 billion package. The proposal came to a close with 51 to 50 votes. Vice President Kamala Harris needed it to break the deadlock.

The Senate has made a number of changes to the plan. As a result, the House of Representatives, which has already agreed to it, must vote on it again. For example, the Senate adopted an amendment calling for greater support for rural hospitals.

During the campaign for the presidency, Biden’s great support package was one of Biden’s most important promises. Over 450,000 Americans have died as a result of the COVID – more than everywhere in the world. Millions have lost their jobs as a result of the crisis.

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