Alaska’s US senators voted for Multi-Billion Dollar Coronavirus bill

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Alaska’s US senators doing a great job: Multi-Billion Dollar Coronavirus bill about to pass.

Congress is working to provide relief for American’s who suffered financial losses due to the Corona Virus pandemic.

On Wednesday 18th of March 2020, the Senate passed the Families First Corona Virus Response Act, a bill that originated in the House and President Trump signed it into law. Both Alaska’s senators voted for the legislation.

The key focus of this bill is paid leave for sick employees or those you who need leave for childcare.

The Senate hopes to pass a massive stimulus plan which includes direct payments of maybe $1000 to most Americans.

This bill could total $1 trillion, its an extraordinary price tag but the country needs to implement this in order to strengthen its citizens.




More news:

  1. The number of Coronavirus cases rises to 12. The case count raises every day including patients from Anchorage, Firebanks, Ketchikan, and Seward.
  2. Canada’s President Justin Trudeau in talks with President Donald Trump on closing its land border to slow the spread of COVID-19
  3. Alaska Airlines going to reduce the number of overall flights in April and May.
  4. Industry and government travel restrictions are keeping the big cruise ships from coming to Alaska until at least July.




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