Partisan tensions over coronavirus aid and police brutality now threaten to derail the Senate appropriations process, while the House Appropriations Committee prepares for an extremely busy July. David Lerman and Jennifer Shutt discuss what’s changed during the last week and how it’ll impact the appropriations process for months to come.
- Delayed COVID-19 aid spurs search for faster payments
- Groups call on appropriators to increase funding for committees, member offices
- Hill recoils at proposed cut to Pentagon anti-pandemic effort
- COVID-19 panel questions Fed effort to help small businesses
- Matt Gaetz and the until-now unknown adopted son from Cuba