As we mark 300,000 deaths from COVID, a deal to provide economic relief still eludes lawmakers. Time is running out, with benefits from CARES Act set to expire the day after Christmas. A bipartisan group offered two proposals Monday afternoon to try and break the gridlock. West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin is one of the key architects of the effort. He joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.
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