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The Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on its coronavirus aid bill. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the $500-billion bill includes funding for schools, more unemployment benefits and another round of the Paycheck Protection Program. Democrats are proposing a much larger plan, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling on the White House to come to an agreement with the House in the next 48 hours.