$1.9T Relief Plan Passes Senate After 25-hour Marathon Vote
The American Rescue Plan Act now heads back to the U.S. House, with Democrats aiming to have it signed into law this week.
President Joe Biden’s signature $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill passed the Senate 50-49 on Saturday, March 6, following a more than 25-hour marathon of amendment votes that was completed only after a lengthy interruption while Democrats settled an intra-party dispute over unemployment aid.
The measure, the American Rescue Plan Act, now heads back to the House, with Democrats aiming to have it signed into law this week. Enactment would hand Biden his first legislative victory and set the stage for work this spring on a massive infrastructure and manufacturing recovery bill that he wants.
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