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AOC rips coronavirus relief bill as “totally inadequate,” calls for cash injections, the reimbursement of students

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, blasted the coronavirus-response during your first virtual town hall on Saturday, and ticked off a list of new priorities, including universal basic income, student cost reimbursements, and advanced health care.

The Bronx progressive voted on early Saturday morning for the new cross-party house to offer legislation, paid sick days, expanded food-aid, emergency-paid family coronavirus-tests to leave and be free, because it meant progress.

“It is a step forward, but it is totally inadequate,” Ocasio-Cortez said on Saturday during a video-conference with its member groups in relation to the pandemic response and the census of 2020.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, is beyond the coronavirus response during a virtual town hall on Saturday.

To get Ocasio-Cortez called, for working families, money injections, like the universal basic income idea by Andrew Yang, the former White house hopeful. Since many are low said displaced earner jobs due to the nationwide shutdown of the commercial sector, Ocasio-Cortez, the moment calls for a courageous action for a economic security net.

“We really need to make sure that we are promoting and pushing the syringes to direct the money,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “We demand a complete end of the BAföG-payments, a stop to forced evictions nationwide. And we are also calling for mortgage relief.”

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Now is the time for universal health care, she said, calling “to open and expand Medicare, and Medicaid, in the every single person in the country who needs it.”

Ocasio-Cortez said she sent a variety of letters to trump Administration officials immediate and short-term measures, such as the enlargement of the census, census of three months, order health insurance plans, again, you open your registry to grab the period and the refund for low-income college students to pay the costs and to go to shutters the Campus.

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“Who has a plane ticket can afford on such short notice,” Ocasio-Cortez said of the students. “We need to ensure that low-income students can be refunded to the enormous disruption and economic setback.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi worked with Secretary Steven Mnuchin nonstop over the last few days, the hammer on a deal, the President Trump could be behind. The measure passed 363-40 early Saturday morning with broad support in both parties.

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The naysayers – all Republicans — expressed concerns about the rushed nature of the emergency laws, which had no cost estimate and you are concerned, it amounted to a government bailout.

“On the heels of a massive $8.3 billion emergency package, speaker Pelosi, a second rushed to pass short-sighted emergency bill, in the middle of the night, and negotiated behind closed doors, so as not to cause more harm than good,” said Rep. Jim banks, R-Ind., who was among the 40 ‘no’.

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