WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The new Democratic-controlled Senate will take up further COVID-19 relief legislation as soon as Democrats take control of the chamber, U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer told his caucus in a letter on Tuesday.
“As soon as the new Senate is organized and Vice-President Harris has been sworn in, we will immediately set to work to deliver on that goal. As our first order of legislative business, please prepare to address additional COVID emergency relief legislation,” he wrote. Regarding increased direct payments to individuals to total $2,000, he added: “We will get that done.”
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