The House of Representatives on Monday narrowly voted to increase Covid-19 relief checks to $2,000 meeting President Trump’s demand for more money for Americans.
The bill will head to the Republican-controlled Senate, writes Cristina Laila with The Gateway Pundit.
With 2/3 needed to pass the bill in the House, 272 yeas were needed.
The House voted 275 to 134.
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The vote was 275 to 134. But they needed 2/3 to pass the bill. With 409 members voting, they needed 272 yeas.
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