Surprising jobs report could slow next coronavirus aid package

A modest decline in unemployment last month gave Republicans fresh ammunition to slow the timing and scale back the size of the next relief package. CQ Roll Call’s David Lerman and Jennifer Shutt discuss the complicated negotiations still to come as the Trump administration pushes more targeted aid and Democrats seek more robust relief.

Show Notes:

GOP renews ‘go slow’ approach on virus aid after jobs reportA lot riding on conservation bill vote for Gardner, DainesCommon Defense: Too many emergenciesSenate race rating in Kansas remains the same, for nowDemocrats promise ‘bold change,’ but delivering is harder

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