Senate passes 'Families First Coronavirus Response Act'

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(WASHINGTON (Gray DC / AP) -- The Senate passed a bill Wednesday to ensure paid benefits for many Americans, while millions are holed up at home against the coronavirus.

A proposed coronavirus aid package would allocate $750 billion to boost hospital capacity, unemployment insurance and other direct aid for American households, businesses and the health care industry. (Source: Gray DC)

Lawmakers say it’s a multi-billion dollar aid package that would provide sick and family leave, boost food assistance programs, while also offering free testing for COVID-19。

The Senate approved the plan with a vote, 90-8。

The bill will now be sent to the White House for President Trump’s signature。

Gray DC spoke with lawmakers involved with the vote.
Hear the interviews above.
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