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Liz Goodwin

Liz Goodwin is a political reporter in the Globe’s Washington, D.C. Bureau. Previously, she covered Congress and two presidential elections for Yahoo News. Liz grew up in Galveston, Texas and is still searching for good Tex-Mex in Washington.

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‘We’re going to have to figure out another way to pay the bills': Cash-strapped families hope coronavirus rescue arrives in time to pay the rent

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As the outbreak has torn through their lives, unemployed workers desperately need federal stimulus money before bills come due.

Senate approves $2 trillion coronavirus relief package

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With the coronavirus death toll mounting and the country facing a recession or worse, the Senate on Wednesday passed the largest economic relief package in US history, a $2 trillion infusion to steady the cratering economy.

The country needs medical supplies. Will Trump compel companies to make them?

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President Trump's failure to order the manufacturing of masks, ventilators and other equipment has baffled lawmakers of both parties and angered medical professionals.

Coronavirus response, which could reshape economy, scrambles familiar political lines

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Republicans have emerged as the loudest champions of populist economic initiatives and deficit spending while Democrats internally debated how much direct aid they should provide to Americans.