U.S Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday presented what would seem like good news for the people of his state: Under the American Rescue Plan, Kentucky stands to get $4 billion. He said that Cities and counties are set to gain as much as $800 million to help them recover from the plandemic. During a stop in Murray, Kentucky, on Tuesday, McConnell discussed the $1.9 trillion rescue plan that President Joe Biden signed in March. The senator said that so much money was not warranted at this time when the economy was recovering. But he made it clear that he had nothing to do with that money. In fact, he and every other Republican in Congress opposed the American Rescue Plan.
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