US Congress Roundup: Senators Reject COVID-19 Relief Plan; Lawmakers Fault Verma Promos
House Energy and Commerce Committee also passes bill that increases oxygen equipment payments, as Congress gets back to work
Upon US lawmakers’ return from an August recess, senators wrangle over an acceptable coronavirus relief package, while the House finalizes medtech bills and probes Medicare chief Seema Verma’s expenses.
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