All Eyes On McConnell, Republicans As House Narrowly Passes $2000 COVID Stimulus

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Now all eyes are on the Senate and the question remains, will McConnell even take up the bill or will he just let it die over the next few days?

And if he does allow the bill to be brought up for a vote, there’s still the issue of the filibuster (I believe) which could alone kill the bill if enough Republicans don’t join with Democrats. If it can overcome a filibuster, then it can easily pass.

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