Rep. Hill: We Need to Put Together ‘Common Sense’ Relief Bill, Pass By End of 2020

‘I think we’re going to have to pass a separate Covid-19 bill’


HILL: “I do think there’s not appetite to attach Covid-19 relief to the December 11th deadline Congress has for 2021 funding. So I think we’re going to have to pass a separate Covid-19 bill. As you know, we’re apart between speaker pelosi demanding $2.5 trillion and Senate republicans in the $600 billion range. That’s why in the house we tried to move 40 times the extension of the paycheck protection program as you say on an a la carte basis and the master of the cafeteria in the house, speaker pelosi, shut that down. I think we need to put together a common sense package and get it passed before the end of the year.

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