• Senate Passes $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill, Now Moves To House

    12 days ago - By Deadline

    The Senate passed a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill on Wednesday, the largest piece of recovery legislation ever. President Donald Trump has said that he will sign the legislation, which provides $1,200 in direct cash payments for most Americans, expanded unemployment benefits including those to freelancers and independent contractors, a $350 billion fund for government-backed...
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  • AAA flooded with calls amid COVID-19 outbreak

    12 days ago - By Wood TV

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Auto insurance payments are among the list of bills people may not be able to cover this month as many are out of work due to the coronavirus outbreak.
    A local auto insurance agent with AAA told News 8 they have been flooded with calls from clients worried about not being able to make their monthly payment.
    “We can't forgive payments right now,” Lori
    McDonald with AAA said. “We're such a heavily regulated industry that we can't just forgive insurance payments. If someone wants to drive, they still need insurance.”
    McDonald said they can offer solutions to help lower...
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  • VP Mike Pence weighs in COVID-19 relief bill, getting U.S. economy back to normal

    12 days ago - By Who TV

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - Vice President Mike Pence says the White House struck a deal with Senate leaders on a massive $2 trillion-dollar coronavirus spending bill - to help the people hit the hardest by the crisis.
    “That is going to speed financial support directly to American families and directly to small businesses that employ people all across this country,” says Pence.
    Pence says once Congress passes the bill, President Trump is ready to sign it - because he wants to see the nation back up and running sooner than later.
    Trump says he wants the U.S. operating normally by Easter.
    “Well so...
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