Dems Will ‘Fight Like Hell’ for Child Tax Credit, Says Sen. Brown

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Senate Banking Chairman Sherrod Brown, a Democrat from Ohio, said he will “fight like hell” to keep the child tax credit as part of President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion economic package. Brown spoke during an interview with Bloomberg TV’s “Balance of Power with David Westin.”

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