Late last week, the Trump Administration made an offer of a $1.8 trillion coronavirus (COVID-19) relief package that both House Democratic leaders and Senate Republicans have since rejected.  On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) announced that the Senate will take one more shot at a “targeted” COVID-19 relief bill before the election.  Majority Leader McConnell added that the GOP bill, which is expected to be voted on next week, would offer more money for unemployment insurance and provide funding for schools and hospitals, in addition to funding Paycheck Protection Program.  Also on Tuesday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) outlined her caucus’s concerns with the GOP proposal that provides less assistance than the $2.2 trillion relief package the House passed last month.  The Speaker called out as insufficient the Trump Administration’s proposal for $300 billion in state and local relief and $25 billion for childcare.