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How coronavirus changed Congress
Since the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States, Congress has seen a jump in its approval ratings. Chris Cillizza explains why this is the perfect example of why people don't like the government until they need them. SOURCES AND FURTHER READING: Congress Job Approval Highest Since 2009 https://ift.tt/3dRrPFa House passes coronavirus relief bill after Trump announces his support https://ift.tt/2viajZW Trump signs coronavirus relief legislation into law https://ift.tt/3a1PJwa Health Institutions Still Rated Best for COVID-19 Response https://ift.tt/3d5dCEA Congress Job Approval Highest Since 2009 https://ift.tt/3dRrPFa Clinton says era of big government is 'over' in 1996 State of the Union https://ift.tt/2yztRdX Republicans pump brakes on new coronavirus stimulus spending https://ift.tt/2LFhpfx House approves $3 trillion Covid aid bill and historic rules change to allow remote voting https://ift.tt/363h6Vp Americans' Trust in Mass Media Edges Down to 41% https://ift.tt/2m7fiYV Poll finds Americans disapprove of media’s handling of coronavirus. But its the same polarized picture as ever https://ift.tt/2X0LMUe About me: I was named "best dressed" in 7th grade. That, along with being CNN's editor at large and author of the daily "Point" newsletter are my proudest achievements. Look for me here every Tuesday and Thursday to find out what’s really going down in politics. CREDITS Writer: Chris Cillizza The Point team: Leigh Munsil and Allison Gordon Editor: Michelle Cho Producer: Arielle Sacks Follow Chris on Instagram: https://ift.tt/2xqKTai Twitter: https://twitter.com/cillizzacnn Facebook: https://ift.tt/2jYcvNM Subscribe to The Point newsletter: https://ift.tt/2SWX0Ir #CNN #Cillizza #Congress

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