U.S. Senate Republicans to push next coronavirus aid bill in late July

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Another potentially large coronavirus aid bill will move through the U.S. Senate in late July, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republicans predicted on Tuesday.

Without providing details of a bill still being crafted, McConnell said "basic protections" provided by federal unemployment insurance should be included but indicated they would not be as generous as those in pandemic-related legislation enacted earlier this year.

(Reporting by Richard Cowan, Editing by Franklin Paul)

06/30/2020 19:02

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