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Republican Senators are scrambling to come up with their version of the next COVID-19 relief plan

Updated: Jul 25, 2020

$600 unemployment bonus is set to expire. Thursday


More than 25 million Americans have been receiving and relying on enhanced unemployment benefits during this pandemic. Without an extension, experts predict an alarming rate of evictions, but Senate Republicans have failed to act.


The federal government has been providing an extra $600 per week, in addition to state unemployment benefits. Republicans and the president have criticized the emergency bonus as a disincentive to work.


With U.S. coronavirus infections climbing above 4 million Thursday, and the unemployment rate now over 11 percent, the expiration of the additional $2,400 per month would be a financial shock for many.





Senate Republicans want their own plan with a much lower price tag.

They were expected to release the proposal Thursday, they held back.

Republican Senators are scrambling to come up with their version of the next COVID-19 relief plan


Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) criticized Republicans for waiting too long to take action.


“The Republican disarray and dithering has serious potentially deadly consequences for tens of millions of Americans,” Schumer said.



The Republicans continue to work with the White House to craft a bill the president will support.



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