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Ollie Garkie

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If you've lost your...

Sense of taste or smell due to covid, how long did it take to get it back?
Posted by Ollie Garkie | Mon Dec 6, 2021, 06:14 PM (2 replies)

Relief bill unveiled in house

Source: CNN

A key House committee on Friday released the Democrats' massive coronavirus relief package, pulling together President Joe Biden's stimulus proposal into a 591-page bill.
More on Covid-19 relief

Here's what's in the House Democrats' stimulus relief plan
Congress already approved $4 trillion in Covid relief. Here's what's happened to it
Here's what budget reconciliation is (and why it matters for Biden's stimulus)
Here are the executive actions Biden has signed so far

The House Budget Committee is expected to consider the legislation, which is based off measures approved by at least nine committees, on Monday. Most of them -- but not all -- adhere closely to what Biden outlined in his $1.9 trillion relief proposal last month.
The full House may pass the legislation as soon as next week, but it could face hurdles in the Senate, where Democrats can't afford to lose a single member of their party thanks to the 50-50 split in the chamber. Already, two Democrats -- Sens. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia -- have voiced opposition to one element of the plan, raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.

Read more: https://www.cnn.com/2021/02/19/politics/stimulus-house-democrats-proposal/index.html

Latest on the relief package?

Is it still happening?

the conservative youtube channel

Blue Collar Logic. Who are they shilling for? Or are they sincere?

If/When a vaccine becomes available

I suppose if you're lucky enough to be European or Canadian, you'll be fine, but here in the US of A, well...
Posted by Ollie Garkie | Mon May 4, 2020, 12:49 AM (0 replies)
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