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Yes, US states did get more money from Washington than they needed for COVID-19 relief

By Raymond Scheppach, Professor of Public Policy, University of Virginia
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The federal government sent a lot of money to states to help with an anticipated COVID-related economic downturn. Turns out, states did not need that much money – but they may spend it anyway.

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