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"With time running out, Pelosi and Mnuchin struggle to find compromise on stimulus" (Commentary by Richard Arenberg)

“Democrats would prefer no bill to an inadequate package, which would leave key parts of their package out of the relief bill...A compromise deal is still possible, but time is short," said Interim Director of the A. Alfred Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy, Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs, and Visiting Professor of the Practice of Political Science, Richard Arenberg, on the feasibility of a second package of coronavirus stimulus legislation. 

October 5, 2020 KOMO News

“Democrats would prefer no bill to an inadequate package, which would leave key parts of their package out of the relief bill...A compromise deal is still possible, but time is short," said Interim Director of the A. Alfred Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy, Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs, and Visiting Professor of the Practice of Political Science, Richard Arenberg, on the feasibility of a second package of coronavirus stimulus legislation. 

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