US Senate Passes Bill to End COVID-19 National Emergency

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The U.S. Senate on March 3 passed a measure that would end the national emergency over COVID-19.

The bill narrowly passed 48–47 on a party-line vote.

All Republicans voted for S.J.Res. 38, which would end the national emergency declared by President Donald Trump on March 13, 2020.

All Democrats voted against the declaration, which has been extended twice by President Joe Biden.

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