Does the latest progressive criticism of Biden's COVID-19 relief bill reflect appropriate skepticism -- or a refusal to take yes for an answer?
It might have something to do with Democrats coming to power.
The president-elect has said he would like to see most K-8 schools open within 100 days of his taking office.
Biden proposes $1,400 direct payments and extending boosted unemployment benefits until September.
The Senate can certainly pass this bill and conduct an impeachment trial at the same time, Gillibrand told HuffPost: “You can walk and chew gum.”
They warn the slow COVID-19 vaccine rollout means the poor economy is unlikely to go away by spring.
Republicans blocked language that would have broadened access to COVID-19 relief to web-only news outlets.
"We want everything," vandals spray-painted on Pelosi's garage door, along with "$2K," apparently referencing COVID-19 relief payments.
The current president looks at "historic victories." The president-elect says the U.S. will be much "stronger" in 2021.
The Republican senator broke with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, whose reluctance to move on the heftier payments has drawn bipartisan backlash.