CBS News reports:
The House is poised to take up the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package passed by the Senate, teeing up the aid measure for President Biden’s signature in the coming days.
The sweeping legislation, known as the American Rescue Plan, made its way across the U.S. Capitol to the House on Tuesday morning following the Senate’s approval of the package on Saturday.
Approval of the rescue plan by Congress has been the singular focus of Mr. Biden’s legislative agenda since he assumed office in January. A version of the $1.9 trillion package was passed by the House last week, though the Senate amended the plan, and it passed 50-49 along party lines. The lower chamber will now take up the Senate’s amended version.
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— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 10, 2021