McConnell: The Senate Will Not Adjourn Until We Have Passed Significant and Bold New Steps

‘It’s my intention that the Senate will not adjourn until we have passed significant and bold new steps, above and beyond what the House passed to help our strong nation and our strong underlying economy weather this storm’

McCONNELL: "These conversations are ongoing, we're making progress. The House of Representatives may have left town, but the Senate is right here at work. We're crafting the major legislation that the American people deserve in the face of this major challenge. And it's my intention that the Senate will not adjourn until we have passed significant and bold new steps above and beyond what the HUD has passed, to help our strong nation and our strong underlying economy weather this storm."

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