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Even with no support from Republicans, Democrats hope to vote for a jobs bill as early as Monday. Facing low poll numbers, Harry Reid pumps cash into his

Jul 31, 2020
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Even with no support from Republicans, Democrats hope to vote for a jobs billas early as Monday.
Facing low poll numbers, Harry Reid pumps cashinto his re-election campaign.
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