Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday that the Senate will vote on a GOP proposal for coronavirus relief on Thursday.This will be the first formal vote of the Senate on more sweeping coronavirus relief since March.”The Senate is going to vote on this targeted proposal. We’re going to get the stonewalling of Democratic leaders out from behind closed doors and put this to a vote out here on the floor,” McConnell said during his floor remarks Tuesday. “Senators will not be voting on whether this package satisfiies every one of their legislative hopes and dreams. That is not what we do in this chamber.”The new proposal is meant as a more “targeted” approach to COVID-19 relief, and is expected to cost less than McConnell’s previous $1 trillion proposal, the HEALS act.A copy of the bill text obtained by ABC News shows that the slimmed-down proposal includes $105 billion for schools and a two-year tax credit for school choice, as well as $29 billion for vaccines and $16 billion for testing.The proposal would also provide additional funding for the paycheck protection program with the possibility of loan forgiveness for small businesses.Unemployment benefits of $300 a week to individuals who have lost

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