The second Covid relief bill unlikely to pass before August due to disagreement between the White House, Democrats, and Republicans.
They have struggled to formulate a unified coronavirus budget plan as yet, with disagreements on the policy goals, budget parameters, and deadlines of the bill in its urgency to help 20 million unemployed and struggling Americans. The Republican and White House positions have changed multiple times, with some GOP lawmakers refusing to support a payroll tax cut while others defending the need for more money for testing and the CDC as opposed to a relief bill.
Therefore, due to a lack of consensus between the various stakeholders in this decision-making process, it is true that the second relief bill is unlikely to be passed before August.
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