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D.C. Mayor Says Lack Of Stimulus Funds 'Infuriating' While Staffer Dies Of COVID-19

Mayor Muriel Bowser says a member of her Office of Legal Counsel died from coronavirus complications Friday. She also says she talked to the president about getting more coronavirus funding.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Friday that a member of her staff died from COVID-19, as the number of positive cases of coronavirus climbed to 271 in the nation's capital. Source: Marvin Joseph

Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Friday that she had talked with President Trump about a "fix" to the relatively small amount of funding the city is slated to receive from the the landmark $2 trillion economic relief package.

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