If Elected, Biden Says He Will Begin Working on COVID-19 Relief Bill During the Transition
He intends to have something signed and in place by end of January
On Friday, Former Vice President Joe Biden pledged that, if elected president, he will begin reaching out to state and local leaders during the transition to begin crafting a coronavirus relief bill that he could sign by the end of January.
In remarks in Wilmington, Delaware, after the final presidential debate, the Democratic nominee said he would look to gauge “what support they need and how much of it they need.”
“I'll ask the new Congress to put a bill on my desk by the end of January with all the resources to see how both our public health and economic response can be seen through the end, what is needed,” he said.
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