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The bill was approved on a party-line 220-210 vote.
The House of Representatives approved President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion pandemic aid package, which includes direct aid to small businesses, $1,400 direct checks to some Americans, an in crease in the child tax credit, direct funding to state and local governments, funding for schools, and more money for vaccine distribution.
The final vote tally was 219-212. Now that the bill has passed the House it will next go to the Senate.
This coming week, the House Budget Committee will assemble a final bill based off the measures approved by at least nine committees. Most of them — but not all — adhere closely to what Biden outlined in his proposal last month.
The measure aims to amend the Kentucky Open Records Act to exclude photographs or videos that show the acts committed against victims of violent crimes.
The panel is unveiling its bill as Congress starts piecing together a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package.
When asked in an interview with "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell if he thought Trump should receive an intelligence briefing if he requested one, Biden said, "I think not."
"I put it in, but I don't think it's going to survive," Biden said in an interview.
The measure the House will take up calls for Greene to be removed from the House Education and Labor Committee and the Budget Committee "in light of conduct she has exhibited."
"I won't apologize for the vote," Cheney told the House Republican conference earlier Wednesday evening.