Coronavirus Live Updates: Debate Over Jobless Benefits Stalls Senate Vote on $2 Trillion Aid Package The Coronavirus Outbreak

Four Republican senators said they believed the bill could incentivize employees to leave their jobs and go on unemployment. Senate leaders still hoped to vote on the measure later Wednesday.

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