It won’t be the last one….
This one is mostly to replish the small business funds that ran out in the Phase III Act…
The House on Thursday voted overwhelmingly to pass legislation providing roughly $484 billion in coronavirus relief for small businesses, hospitals and expanded medical testing, capping weeks of contentious negotiations that had stalled Washington’s latest round of emergency aid.
The legislation had won the necessary majority at 5:30 p.m. EDT as lawmakers continued to show up in groups to vote under rules designed to keep them safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Just a handful of conservative Republicans and one Democrat had voted against it. Rep. Justin Amash (I-Mich.) voted present.
The legislation, which the Senate passed unanimously on Tuesday, will next go to the desk of President Trump, who has promised to sign it quickly into law.
The massive package is the fourth coronavirus bill to move through Congress over the last seven weeks, and brings the federal response to the global pandemic up to a whopping $2.8 trillion — by far the largest emergency relief effort in modern U.S. history….