House GOP leader McCarthy reportedly nixes Pelosi’s attempt to pass $2,000 payments by unanimous consent
In a private conversation with fellow Republican lawmakers, House minority chairman Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Said on Wednesday he would see House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Attempt a major COVID-19 - Adopt pandemic stimulus, don't sign payments with unanimous consent, an anonymous source who answered the call told Bloomberg. Politico also confirmed the news.
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President Trump said Tuesday he wanted individuals to receive $ 2,000 in direct payments instead of the $ 600 provided in the $ 900 billion coronavirus relief bill recently passed by Congress, or he could be against veto the package if it arrives at his desk later in the week.
In response, Pelosi suggested that House and Senate Democrats stand ready to swiftly pass the increase, but it appears the GOP is not on board. Read more at Bloomberg.
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