/ Modified dec 11, 2020 4:10 p.m.

US Sen Mark Kelly on first week in office, COVID-19 relief

The Democrat discussed how he's settling into his new role.

On Capitol Hill, lawmakers face mounting pressure to agree on a plan that gets more relief to Americans hit hard by the pandemic and to pass a budget that prevents a government shutdown. One of Congress’s newest lawmakers is Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly. With a little more than a week on the job, Lorraine Rivera asked him how he’s adjusting to the role, some of his early votes and his approach to working across the aisle to pass meaningful legislation.

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