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Seattle Mayor vetoes $86M COVID-19 relief bill, calls the plan ‘irresponsible’ – KOMO News

SEATTLE – Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan vetoed a COVID-19 relief bill late Friday night after the bill was unanimously passed by the city council. The $86 million relief bill was meant to provide support to small businesses in Seattle with flexible funding as well as support to local families by providing rental assistance, food assistance and childcare support.

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