Sen. Murphy: Proposed Relief Bill 'Could Get Us Through What Could Be A Very Hard And Deadly Winter'

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Published on 1 Dec 2020, 19:33
Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the proposal of a $908 billion COVID relief bill by a bipartisan group of senators as 14 million Americans could lose unemployment aid by the end of December. Sen. Murphy says, "This amount of money could get us through what could be a very hard and deadly winter. This isn't big enough to be able to get us to the point where the entire country is vaccinated. But it might be enough to make sure that millions of Americans don’t go hungry, don’t starve, don’t die out on the streets this winter when their jobless benefits expire and when protections for evictions expire.” Aired on 12/01/2020.
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Sen. Murphy: Proposed Relief Bill 'Could Get Us Through What Could Be A Very Hard And Deadly Winter'
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