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U.S. Democrats push wider emergency coronavirus funds than Trump seeks

Reuters Wednesday, 8 April 2020
Top U.S. Democrats in Congress on Wednesday said they would back President Donald Trump administration's request for $250 billion more in aid for small businesses in the coronavirus pandemic if it includes additional money for hospitals, local governments and food assistance.
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