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Second stimulus check updates: Lawmakers say COVID-19 relief bill won’t offer $1,200 direct payments to most Americans

By HOPE YEN

ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — With time running out, lawmakers on Sunday closed in on a proposed COVID-19 relief bill that would provide roughly $300 in extra federal weekly unemployment benefits but not another round of $1,200 in direct payments to most Americans, leaving that issue for President-elect Joe Biden to wrestle over with a new Congress next year.

https://www.chicagotribune.com/coronavirus/ct-nw-second-coronavirus-stimulus-check-updates-20201207-n6ahyrh2ijh3fhij3qp2dfl724-story.html

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