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Bipartisan COVID-19 Relief Bill Introduced in Congress

Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting  

Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting  

After months of negotiations, Congress reached a bipartisan agreement on additional COVID-19 relief, government appropriations, and tax extenders. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 was introduced in the House of Representatives this afternoon. Congress is expected to begin voting on the bill later tonight.

Read the full text of the legislation here.

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