The coronavirus stimulus package has a newborn loophole. She’s trying to close it

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Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Michigan’s secretary of state spars with the President, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s second inauguration sets off a U.S.-China spat, and Sen. Tammy Duckworth talks to Fortune about closing a stimulus package loophole. Have a good Thursday. 

– Closing the newborn loophole. Under normal circumstances, federal legislation in the U.S. is susceptible to loopholes. Factor in an unprecedented $2 trillion price tag and an accelerated journey through Congress and there are bound to be some significant gaps. 

The first coronavirus relief package did, in fact, have an oversight—a big one that constituents flagged to Sen. Tammy Duckworth

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