US senators were set to vote on the package on Wednesday before sending it to the House of Representatives. Four GOP senators had threatened to block the bill because it provided an additional $600 a week in unemployment insurance benefits to the poorest Americans.
Democrats like Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., voted against advancing the original bill because it did not include enough funding for hospitals for places that desperately need it to combat the virus, like rural Colorado. The package needs to be approved by the House of Representatives, before being sent to President Donald Trump's desk for signature.
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He had previously pleaded not guilty to all charges and his trial had been scheduled to start in June. Asked how she reacted upon hearing the news, Ardern replied: "I let out a huge sigh of relief ".
"I am prepared to put a hold on this bill ... to make sure that any corporation receiving financial assistance under this legislation does not lay off workers, cut wages or benefits, ship jobs overseas, or pay workers poverty wages", Sanders said.
Three Republican U.S. senators on Wednesday said the Senate should not vote on a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill until legislative language that they say would encourage layoffs is fixed or fresh guidance issued from the Labor Department.
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But his biggest role came as Bob the Builder , a part he played for the series' first nine seasons in the North American version. Maggs shared a collection of photos of Dufris to Twitter on Wednesday, name checking several of Dufris' projects in the caption.
Sasse said the bill will also "turbocharge vaccine development", and help small businesses.
"Let's get this done to show American families, workers and small businesses that we will get through this crisis together", Gardner wrote in a statement.
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Brady swapped the Patriots for the Buccaneers on a two-year deal in free agency following six Super Bowl titles in New England. While many might be writing off the Patriots and have diminished expectations, McCourty's focus remains the same.