Republicans reject Pelosi's rapid push for next rescue package
Senate Republicans say Congress may eventually need to craft yet another major coronavirus package. But not at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's lightning-quick pace.
While Pelosi pressed yet again on Wednesday for the potential House passage of another relief bill by the end of April - with a big boost for infrastructure - her GOP counterparts in the Senate say Congress needs to hit the pause button.
At a minimum, senior GOP lawmakers argued, Congress should see how the $2 trillion bill passed last week affects the economy and health care system. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put it this way Wednesday: "We may need a Phase Four, but we're not even fully into Phase Three yet."