(Washington, DC) -- Senators from both sides of the aisle are revealing their compromise 908-billion-dollar coronavirus relief package. Speaking on Capitol Hill, West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin the plan shows that bipartisanship is "alive and well" in Washington. He said this package will replenish unemployment benefits that are set to expire, along with food assistance and the Paycheck Protection Program. Utah Republican Mitt Romney said the package is designed to help people who are hurting right now and need immediate relief.
Photo: Getty Images