Stimulus package 4 is an important milestone for Democrats, but there are still a number of key points to be determined.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what to expect in the bill, what’s likely to come in a final version, and what to watch for in a debate.
What to expect on Thursday and Friday In a final agreement, the bill is expected to be signed by President Donald Trump on Thursday, and the House will return to work on Friday.
The Senate has already passed a measure to pay for the stimulus, and a deal on that measure is expected in the coming days.
On Thursday, the House passed the stimulus bill with a vote of 235 to 197, and Democrats in the House and Senate have been negotiating on a compromise bill.
The bill would expand funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program and provide $1.6 trillion in emergency relief to state and local governments, $250 billion to help states expand health care coverage, and $3.5 trillion to help reduce the costs of the health care system.
The White House has said it will veto the bill.
Democrats in both chambers want to keep the government open for the next two weeks to make sure that the bill can be signed into law and sent to Trump’s desk.
The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives approved a version of the stimulus earlier this month.
On Wednesday, the Senate passed a bill to increase unemployment benefits by $3,500 a month, $50 billion in emergency unemployment benefits, and to reduce the cost of health care subsidies for the poor.
The House passed a version on Wednesday.
The package includes $500 billion in additional funding for states to expand health insurance coverage and $1 trillion in additional stimulus for the government.
The money for the additional stimulus is slated to come from the supplemental appropriations bill that funds the government through the end of September, so there is some chance the House could approve additional stimulus this week.
The final package is expected by early Friday.
On Friday, the White House will be hosting a series of meetings with governors, health care experts, business leaders, and public officials to discuss the legislation.
The meeting with Trump and Republican leaders is the last of the week.
A meeting with Democratic leaders is scheduled for Monday.
This week’s agenda is below: