Congress is back in session with no agreement in sight on a new coronavirus relief bill. With the general election on the horizon, lawmakers must rush to pass a legislation.
With the November election looming just two months ahead, Congress is racing to push forward major legislation.
The Senate reconvened Tuesday with coronavirus relief at the forefront of discussions. Both parties are in favor of sending out a second stimulus check to Americans, but disagree over the terms.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has called on lawmakers to set aside political differences and come together on a new stimulus package.