FARGO, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota’s senators declined to say whether or not they’ll help President Trump’s request to approve $2,000 in COVID-19 reduction funds. Trump not too long ago signed a $900 billion COVID-19 reduction package deal that gives stimulus funds of $600. He additionally made it clear to lawmakers that he needs the person funds elevated to $2,000.
Republican Sen. John Hoeven stated he’s mulling over the change to the invoice, which he stated contains focused reduction for North Dakota. Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer didn’t instantly say whether or not he plans to help the president’s proposal.