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More Funding For Ukraine Seems Likely. More COVID Money Seems... Less Likely.

More Funding For Ukraine Seems Likely. More COVID Money Seems... Less Likely.

Update: 2022-05-023
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The White House pitch to provide consistent support for Ukraine through the end of September at a cost of $33 billion has broad support in Congress. Meanwhile, the administration's ask for additional COVID funds remains tied up in disagreements over where the money will come from.

This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.

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More Funding For Ukraine Seems Likely. More COVID Money Seems... Less Likely.

More Funding For Ukraine Seems Likely. More COVID Money Seems... Less Likely.

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