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
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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.