- US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday that shared a $916 billion stimulus proposal with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
- The proposal “includes money for state and local governments,” Mnuchin said, “and robust liability protections for businesses, schools, and universities.”
- Mnuchin made no mention of new stimulus checks, but the package includes $600 payments, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Bloomberg.
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The White House has offered a new $916 billion stimulus proposal that is slightly larger than the bipartisan measure currently being drafted by a centrist group of…