NBC News reports:
The House on Wednesday plans to pass the most comprehensive Covid-19 relief bill to date, a $1.9 trillion package that will deliver $1,400 stimulus checks to millions of Americans, extend enhanced unemployment benefits and boost funding to ramp up vaccine distribution and reopen schools.
The House is set to vote on the measure Wednesday morning, and then it will head to President Joe Biden’s desk for his signature. The Senate passed the bill in a 50-49 vote last week after making changes to the original version passed by the House.
Marjorie Taylor Greene forces at least her fourth vote on a motion to adjourn in recent days. Patience among some of her colleagues is wearing thin. “It’s just pissing everyone off,” one GOP member said. Crenshaw said he wouldn’t vote for another one https://t.co/mXiTMBlgZp
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) March 10, 2021
The House is in the middle of a motion to adjourn vote — @mtgreenee called for it. it, of course, is going to fail. 11 Republicans have already voted against it
— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) March 10, 2021
I asked Speaker Pelosi’s Deputy Chief of Staff Drew Hammill to provide a comment on MTG’s repeated moves for a motion to adjourn and if the Speaker plans to do anything about it: “that’s a question for the Minority Leader who has lost control.”
— Annie Grayer (@AnnieGrayerCNN) March 10, 2021
Let’s get that trending.🏴☠️
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) March 10, 2021