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Pelosi, Schumer back emergency business funds amid coronavirus

Reuters Wednesday, 8 April 2020
Pelosi, Schumer back emergency business funds amid coronavirusDemocratic leaders in Congress on Wednesday threw their support behind interim emergency funding a day after the Trump administration asked U.S. lawmakers for another $250 billion in aid for small businesses amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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