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Millions of Americans are struggling with unemployment, facing food insecurity, and at risk of eviction as coronavirus cases and deaths surge nationwide, but it’s unlikely that people will receive another round of direct payments before President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January.
Congressional leaders and the White House have talked on and off since the spring, yet have gotten no closer to passing any coronavirus legislation. A bipartisan group of senators is attempting to end the gridlock and unveiled a new $908 billion proposal on Tuesday, The Washington Post reported.
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