WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional leaders appear to be on the brink of a COVID-19 economic aid package.
But there’s no deal yet. As negotiators went home from the Capitol Wednesday, agreement seemed near on legislation that would extend help to individuals and businesses and ship coronavirus vaccines to millions.
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