WASHINGTON

The House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a critical bill Thursday to aid American small businesses and buttress the US health response to the novel coronavirus.  

The 388-5 vote now sends the $484 billion measure to President Donald Trump to sign into law after the Senate passed it on Tuesday. One representative voted present.

“Today was an historic day for us to once again pass our now fourth bipartisan legislation to address the coronavirus crisis,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters shortly after the vote concluded.

Trump has signaled his eagerness to sign off on the funding amid a daunting

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