Lawmakers from both parties are surprisingly upbeat about the chances of a second stimulus bill passing during the congressional lame-duck session after Election Day.
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President Trump and House Speaker Pelosi both gave up yesterday on having a new coronavirus-relief stimulus bill signed by Election Day.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said she believed a second stimulus bill could still be passed by Election Day.
A top House Democrat said today that he doesn't think a stimulus bill will be voted on before Election Day, even as negotiations continue.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi gave the White House until Tuesday evening to reach a deal with her on a stimulus bill.
The White House and Democrats may soon reach a deal on a new stimulus bill, but they'll then have to win over Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell.
President Trump on Thursday inched closer yet to Democratic demands for a large stimulus bill, but Senate Republicans pre-emptively shot down the whole idea.
Stimulus check 2 was still on hold as the Democrats expected the White House to meet their demands, but the Senate was leery of both sides' proposals.
President Trump reversed himself again, saying that the stimulus-bill negotiations he had declared dead on Tuesday were back on today.
President Trump may have broken off negotiations with Democrats over a second stimulus bill, but some Republican lawmakers want the talks to resume ASAP.
The IRS said up to 9 million people may not have collected their stimulus checks, mostly people didn't pay income taxes in recent years but are still eligible.
President Trump tweeted out his support of a second stimulus package, but that didn't immediately resolve the stalemate between Democrats and the White House.
A vote on the next stimulus bill might come as early as Wednesday, depending on how talks between Democrats and the White House go.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi told CNN she was upbeat about the resumed negotiations with the White House over a second stimulus bill.
A second stimulus bill is needed to revive the lagging U.S. economy, say business leaders, Wall Street and the head of the Federal Reserve.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said they would soon resume negotiations over the size and scope of a new coronavirus-relief economic-stimulus bill.
Even as the prospects for a second stimulus bill dimmed, House members of both parties vowed to stay in Washington until a bill is passed.
President Trump has said he'd like to spend more on stimulus check 2 than other Republicans, but Joe Biden says he'd spend even more than that.
With stimulus talks at a standstill, but Trump and some House Republicans inching toward the Democratic position, it's up to Pelosi to take a deal now or wait for the GOP to fully cave.
President Trump's call for much more stimulus spending puts the White House closer to Democrats' demands, but Senate Republicans may torpedo a bigger bill.
President Trump on Wednesday unexpectedly demanded that Republicans be willing to spend more on a second stimulus package, which could break the deadlock in negotiations with Democrats.
Senate Republicans and House Democrats agree on the need for a second stimulus check. But they can't agree on much else, which is why relief bills have failed.