The Democratic-led House now plans to vote on the Senate legislation Tuesday so that President Joe Biden can sign it into law early in the week.
The Senate’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package heads to the House, which hopes to pass it and send it to President Biden next week.
The bill will now return to the House for a final vote before being signed into law
With a party-line vote, the Senate approved President Biden’s biggest early priority: addressing the pandemic, unemployment, and a struggling economy.
Senators pull an all-nighter debating amendments to President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 relief package.
The Senate passed a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, capping off a marathon overnight session with a final vote of 50-49 and every republican voting “no.”
Final congressional approval by the House is expected next week so lawmakers can send it to Biden for his signature
The Senate reached a deal on unemployment benefits deal early Saturday to move President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 relief bill forward after an hours-long delay.
Sen. Sullivan’s father-in-law recently passed away, and he is flying back Friday evening to Fairbanks, Alaska for the funeral.
Senate Democrats hope to pass the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill by this weekend as they try to renew unemployment aid programs.