Finally, some consensus that a stimulus is long overdue and needs to be done before the end of the year.
If tied to a $1.4 trillion spending bill to keep the government funded for time being, this long-delayed package might pass.
Pelosi heads into a new term with a Democratic president, a reduced majority in the House and an almost-certain Republican-controlled Senate.
Will a bitter, Republican Senate refuse to compromise? It might still listen to the deposed Donald Trump.
With few House contests contested, and polls showing some increase in the House majority, it seems that only Trump thinks Republicans will recapture control.
Both sides are blaming each other for political stunts and failures to compromise.
With polls showing Trump’s support sinking like the proverbial rock, Republicans hope a stimulus package before the election could salvage at least some support.
His action leaves Republicans without any stimulus help from Congress or the White House as they go into the final days of a critical election.
The rollback of presidential authority that led to widespread abuse by Donald Trump is a message to voters as the Nov. 3 presidential election approaches.