Pelosi tells Senate to 'move closer to the values' in her coronavirus bill
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday criticized the Republican-led Senate for its proposed coronavirus stimulus package, as she also called for the Senate to adopt the approaches in the House's response. "The Senate Republican bill put corporations first, but because of the insistence of Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Democrats progress has been made. We urge the Senate to move closer to the values in the Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act," the California Democrat said. Democrats and Republicans have been working to reach a deal on a major congressional stimulus package to fight the economic impact of the coronavirus causing the disease COVID-19, with negotiations continuing Monday after a test vote on the massive package failed Sunday night in the Senate.