Republicans oppose Democrats’ coronavirus bill

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The top Republican in the House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, on Thursday, said the Democrats’ multi-billion-dollar aid package to respond to the economic effects of the coronavirus outbreak “comes up short”.

McCarthy said a deal could still be reached within two days.

The Democrats’ proposal is expected to move to the House floor on Thursday, but the Republicans control the Senate.

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“It’s more important that we get it right.

“This is a time and a place that you do not want to rush something,’’ McCarthy said.

The Democrats have been aiming to help workers, including through paid sick leave.