US House passes additional coronavirus relief bill
The U.S. House debated and voted to pass a package providing roughly $484 billion in much needed coronavirus relief for small businesses, hospitals and expanded medical testing.
The bill had overwhelming support from both sides of the aisle. The bill will next go to President Donald Trump, who has promised to sign it into law. The package is the fourth Coronavirus bill passed by Congress over the last seven weeks, and brings the federal response to $2.8 trillion.