A bipartisan group of lawmakers, who drafted a $908 billion coronavirus aid package, said Thursday they won’t leave town until Congress votes on the package and demanded leadership to act as virus cases and hospitalizations surge across the nation.
“I’ve got hospitals in my district that are 100% full, and predictions are that it’s going to double again in two weeks,” Rep. Fred Upton, a Michigan Republican, said. “Where are they going to go? Where are they going to find the workers? We have to get this thing done.”
The bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus summoned the media Thursday to step up demands for Congress to take up their aid