Does the latest COVID relief bill do enough?

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After months of inaction and halting negotiations, Congress’s $900 billion COVID economic relief package is “too little, too late.” William Gale argues that while the bill makes a good start at getting relief to the American people, it still leaves a lot for the next Congress and Biden administration to address.

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