Them not trending is the entire point. If you check most of the MSM they are gonna comment on what republicans had in it while being silent on what Pelosi and dems wanted. A somewhat list of some of it that I had found while trying to scrounge around..xandorxerxes wrote: ↑Mon Mar 23, 2020 2:07 pmI'm not seeing those trending anywhere. Can you send me a link?
It looks like they voted the package down because it gave the Treasury department sole oversight over who the money goes to bailout corporations without any limits (unlike the TARP in 2008, which did have limits). There were provisions in the bill over the weekend that Democrats had agreed on that were taken out. The small business bill is apparently separate and might still pass.
Also not sure why Pelosi would trend on a failed Senate resolution?
Publication of corporate pay statistics by race and race statistics for all corporate boards.
-A bailout on ALL current debt at the postal service.
-Required early voting.
-Required same day voter registration.
-Provisions on official time for union collective bargaining.
-Full offset of airline emissions by 2025.
-Publication and reporting of greenhouse statistics for individual flights.
-Retirement plans for community newspaper employees.
-Federal $15 minimum wage.
-Permanent paid leave.
-#PlannedParenthood #Abortion funding.
-Solar and Wind tax credits.
if you dig through some of twitter postings enough, it seems there are other provisions that may be questionable.
-edit with another list of a few things. copy and pasted so I am sorry for redundance-
--Early voting (which Dems think will help their election chances)
--New strict airline emission standards
--Solar panel credits
--Student Loan forgiveness
--Companies applying for relief must account for racial make-up of their boards
-- Force federal agencies to explain to Congress how they are increasing their usage of "minority banks"