Congresswoman Dingell To Vote In Favor Of Coronavirus Response Bill And Begin On More Aid Packages
Coronavirus has been confirmed in all 50 states. Michigan's 12th District Congresswoman, Debbie Dingell, is working from home as some members of Congress have confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19, and members of her staff are awaiting test results. In a conversation with WEMU's David Fair, Dingel says the CARES bill the U.S. House will pass today is a start, but it's imperfect. Therefore, work will begin immediately on providing more financial assistance.
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