A top Senate Democrat says a smaller stimulus package may be needed to get through winter months
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- Sen. Debbie Stabenow, the fourth-ranking Democrat in the upper chamber, said a smaller aid package to support the economy through the winter months may be needed.
- “And it’s less about the overall number because even if there is a short-term package for the next few months, until we get into the new Biden administration, we have to act now,” Sen. Debbie Stabenow told CNBC.
- Congress has been deadlocked on coronavirus relief for months.
- But some Democrats say a compromise may be needed to get federal aid out the door quickly, even if a relief package carries a smaller price tag than they have long sought.
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Sen. Debbie Stabenow, the fourth-ranking Democrat in the upper chamber, urged immediate action on an economic…