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Winners and Losers in Congress’s $2 Trillion Virus Rescue Plan

  • Airlines and companies would get funding with strings attached
  • Help for hospitals and veterans, no aid for Trump properties
The U.S. Capitol stands past the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C.

The U.S. Capitol stands past the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C.

Photographer: Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg
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Days of negotiations between the Trump administration and Congress -- and fierce lobbying by industries eager for assistance dealing with the coronavirus outbreak -- has yielded a rescue package worth more than $2 trillion in spending and tax breaks. It was passed by the U.S. Senate late Wednesday night.