The bill includes $105 billion for the education sector, mostly reserved for schools that reopen in person.
Senate Republicans unveiled their latest proposal for the next coronavirus relief package Tuesday. It has a formal name—the “Delivering Immediate Relief to America’s Families, Schools, and Small Businesses Act”—but it’s informally known as the “skinny” bill. Or “emaciated,” if you ask Democrats on Capitol Hill.
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