In tonight's episode, CQ Roll Call's Todd Ruger examines the rift between employees, who are exposed to the coronavirus on the front lines, and the businesses that employ them, and how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's push for liability protections in the next COVID-19 bill might benefit these businesses. Then, Kate Ackley breaks down how the coronavirus pandemic has dominated K Street, the center of Washington's lobbying industry. Finally, Niels Lesniewski looks at what hurdles remain ahead of the Major League Baseball season.
- Health and business concerns clash in debate over COVID-19 liability
- ‘We need the Blue Jays’: Hurdles remain ahead of baseball’s opening day
- Pandemic lobbying tops K Street agenda, but spending dips
- As coronavirus aid talks stumble, Senate GOP mulls possible fallbacks
- Post office concerns highlighted at Senate hearing on elections amid COVID-19