$900 billion coronavirus bill clears hurdle in U.S. Congress as deadline looms
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A $900 billion aid package meant to stimulate a pandemic-hit U.S. economy cleared a procedural hurdle in the House of Representatives on Monday evening as the leaders of both chambers of Congress aimed to pass the package in a marathon session.
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