© Bloomberg. The US Capitol Building stands in Washington, DC, United States on Monday, September 14, 2020. Speaker Nancy Pelosi welcomes the House today, but it is unlikely to give any further impetus to discussions on funding for Covid-19 relief with Republicans and Democrats. testing a risky strategy that the public will blame the other side for not providing aid to millions of households and businesses. Photographer: Stefani Reynolds / Bloomberg
(Bloomberg) – House Democrats have released a $ 2.2 trillion proposal to expand support for the U.S. economy in the face of continued damage from the coronavirus pandemic.
The plan follows discussions last week to spur a final attempt at negotiations with the White House to break the deadlock over Covid-19 relief that has been going on since early August.
The White House and Congressional Republicans have previously rejected this level of stimulus.
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