Coronavirus relief package is no. 1 priority, not campaigning: Bipartisan group

It’s been almost six months since Congress approved the first stimulus checks. Since then, there have been only empty talks of giving stimulus payments to Americans. Lately, there are reports that members of Congress could go on break without passing another round of direct payments. To avoid this, a bipartisan group has asked the House leaders to keep the members of Congress in Washington until there is a deal on the coronavirus relief package and stimulus checks.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreWhy is it important for lawmakers to stay?The House is scheduled to go on recess fr…

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