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Congress set to approve third COVID-19 stimulus package

by National Marine Manufacturers Association 25 Mar 03:56 PDT
Washington DC © National Marine Manufacturers Association

Following a week of around-the-clock negotiations, Congress is expected to approve a $2 trillion spending package in response to COVID-19 later today. NMMA worked closely with congressional leadership and the administration to develop the massive funding measure - which would provide resources and assistance to workers, certain industries, and small businesses.

As of late last night, the U.S. Senate is reviewing the draft bill and - barring any last-minute objections - will likely pass the measure today. The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to quickly follow suit.

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