As Coronavirus Again Breaks Records, Dem Relief Bill Hopes Hinge On Georgia : The NPR Politics Podcast Coronavirus is surging ahead of the holidays and a much-awaited relief bill is no closer to passage than it was months ago. Joe Biden hopes for an aggressive relief package, but that comes down to two January Senate elections in Georgia.

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As Coronavirus Again Breaks Records, Dem Relief Bill Hopes Hinge On Georgia

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As Coronavirus Again Breaks Records, Dem Relief Bill Hopes Hinge On Georgia

As Coronavirus Again Breaks Records, Dem Relief Bill Hopes Hinge On Georgia

As Coronavirus Again Breaks Records, Dem Relief Bill Hopes Hinge On Georgia

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Coronavirus is surging ahead of the holidays and a much-awaited relief bill is no closer to passage than it was months ago. Joe Biden hopes for an aggressive relief package, but that comes down to two January Senate elections in Georgia.

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