Pelosi 'hopeful' on virus relief bill before election
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Pelosi 'hopeful' on virus relief bill before election
The highest-ranking Democratic lawmaker on Sunday said that despite differences with the RepublicanWhite House, she thought it possible to reach agreement on a large rescue package before Election Day.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday (October 18) she was 'optimistic' Democratic lawmakers could reach an agreement with President Donald Trump's administration on a wide-ranging coronavirus relief package.
But she said differences remain between the two sides.
Pelosi, the top elected Democrat, said she wanted a bill passed before the Nov.
3 presidential election, but acknowledged an agreement would have to come within 48 hours for that to happen.
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Talks among lawmakers today could determine if we see a new COVID relief bill before Election Day. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has set a deadline for republicans and democrats to come together today and..
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President Donald Trump has changed his thinking, and now says he wants a big stimulus bill passed before the general election on November 3rd.
Fed Chair Jay Powell also wants to see one passed and has..