Coronavirus stimulus talks resume as centrists present bipartisan plan

WASHINGTON – Crown virus-free talks came to a halt on Tuesday as Democratic and Republican leaders drafted new, competing support proposals and a bipartisan group issued its own compromise framework.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) Said he had submitted a new GOP proposal to the House of Representatives that reflected what kind of Covid-19 aid President Trump was willing to sign in the declining days of his legislation after speaking to White House officials.