Senate Democratic Caucus

The Justice in Policing Act would limit legal protections for police and create a national database of excessive-force incidents, among other changes.
The senators observed nearly nine minutes of silence to honor George Floyd and others killed by police brutality.
The bill would hire and train recently unemployed workers to fight the coronavirus pandemic, including by tracing the spread of the disease.
More workers should be allowed to remain on unemployment while this pandemic is still spreading, according to Senate Democrats.
Senate Democrats to require airlines to give full cash refunds to passengers during the pandemic, even if it was the customer who canceled.
It would cut banks out of the process and offer relief to businesses of all sizes until the coronavirus crisis is resolved.
The Democrats sent a letter urging Trump to explain what happened with the national stockpile and what Jared Kushner's role in the coronavirus task force is.
The Senate majority leader turned down Democrats' calls for top White House officials for the Senate trial.
The divide between the party faithful and their representatives in Washington is deepening.
The former Minnesota lawmaker reflected on his time on the Hill, criticized Trump and cracked jokes during his speech at the “Comic-Con of politics" on Saturday in Nashville.