- Mnuchin confirms a second round of stimulus payments to Americans in the to-be-finalized relief bill
- Democrats and Republicans have agreed to include small business loans and aid for the airline industry in the new bill
- Voting on the deal was postponed until at least Thursday to allow for more bipartisan talks
A second round of stimulus payments to American households will be included in the new coronavirus relief bill, at least once Democrats and Republicans can agree to one, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced Wednesday.
In an interview with Lou Dobbs on Fox Business, Mnuchin said the House Democrats and Republicans have agreed to include another round of direct payments, small business loans, and aid for the airline industry in the new package.
Mnuchin said the second round of payments will resemble those the administration distributed under the CARES Act in the spring, which means those who