Republican Senators like Lindsey Graham and Ben Sasse are blocking the coronavirus stimulus bill because they think it is too good to laid-off people.
A $2 trillion stimulus package deal was agreed to on Wednesday morning, ending an impasse between political parties and the White House on a much-needed relief bill to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
Democrats, Republicans, and the White House announced a deal in the early hours of Wednesday morning meant to give much-needed relief to American workers and businesses across the country affected by the economic downturns created by the coronavirus global pandemic.
It is a week too late, but after Rand Paul exposed them all to coronavirus, Senate Republicans have canceled their weekly lunch.
Majority Leader McConnell broke off bipartisan negotiation and wrote his coronavirus stimulus bill himself, but that hasn't stopped him from lying about Democrats.
Mitch McConnell wrote a coronavirus stimulus bill that was nothing more than a gift to Wall Street and a corporate bailout, so Senate Democrats blocked it.
Trump is still bitter about Sen. Mitt Romney's vote to convict him during the impeachment trial so he mocked Romney for coronavirus self-quarantining.
Due to Rand Paul testing positive for the coronavirus, and the resulting self-quarantine of several Senators, Mitch McConnell lacks a majority to vote.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was all over the Senate while having coronavirus. He visited the Senate pool and the Senate gym.
It's clear by now that the Republican coronavirus relief plan is just another attempt by the GOP to help the wealthiest corporations.
Speaker Pelosi shot down Mitch McConnell's pro-corporation coronavirus stimulus bill as a non-starter for the American people.
According to experts, the Senate Republican coronavirus stimulus plan would benefit the better off while giving poor and working people little help.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is trying to convince Donald Trump to veto any coronavirus stimulus bill that would provide cash payments to the American people.
In 2009, Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) voted against the Obama administration’s attempt to include funding for pandemic flu preparations in its economic stimulus plan. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed the lives of at least 155 Americans nationwide, that vote has come back to haunt her.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) faces a volley of criticism after telling reporters that he won’t allow senators to vote remotely to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
“We’ll not be doing that. There are a number of different ways to avoid getting too many people together,” McConnell told members of the press. “We can deal with the social distancing issue without fundamentally changing Senate rules.”
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) is the latest legislator to criticize Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), saying McConnell is responsible for delays on a coronavirus relief package for families affected by the pandemic, which has claimed at least 97 lives across the United States.
Mitch McConnell is keeping the Senate in recess, apparently believing that this crisis isn't bad enough to warrant immediate action.
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) blasted Mitch McConnell for sending the Senate home before voting on the coronavirus relief bill.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) tweeted a letter to Trump from 600 days ago that shows that Trump knew about the firing of the White House Pandemic Office.
The least they can do is let the adults handle things for the next eight months until voters can send them back to where they belong.