Major League Baseball
Rob Manfred details MLB testing plans in bid to return to play amid pandemi…
Military faces another potential coronavirus toll: Budget cuts
House Democrats near passage of $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill despite Trump’s veto threat
Speaker Pelosi brings bill to vote despite divisions in her own caucus; no sign of bipartisan negotiations
House Democrats moved toward passage Friday of a $3 trillion tax cut and spending bill that they have said would aim to address economic fallout from the novel coronavirus outbreak, directing huge sums of money into all corners of the economy.
The sweeping legislation, dubbed the “Heroes Act,” also faces opposition within the House Democratic caucus, with some moderate lawmakers objecting to voting on a bill that they all know will not become law. Some liberals, meanwhile, have complained that the package does not go far enough to aid the public in the midst of an unprecedented economic meltdown.
Source: House Democrats near passage of $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill despite Trump’s veto threat – The Washington Post