1. New House report indicates reluctance on remote voting during coronavirus crisis  Fox News
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Despite multiple members of Congress calling for their respective chambers to implement remote voting procedures as both senators and House members have fallen ill due to the coronavirus, a report by the House Rules Committee obtained by Fox News indicates such an option may be far off. Despite multiple members of Congress calling for their respective chambers to implement remote voting procedures as both senators and House members have fallen ill due to the coronavirus, a report by the House Rules Committee obtained by Fox News indicates such an option may be far off. 

“Note: Speaker Pelosi has millions allocated to early voting and no-excuse-absentee-voting-by-mail in her House coronavirus bill, but says today she's against members of Congress voting remotely in a time of crisis because she doesn't have the confidence in the security of systems”

Joe Concha on Twitter: "Note: Speaker Pelosi has millions allocated to early voting and no-excuse-absentee-voting-by-mail in her House coronavirus bill, but says today she's against members of Congress voting remotely in a time of crisis because she doesn't have the confidence in the security of systems"

“Congress needs to be able to fulfill its Constitutional duty in any and all circumstances. That's why I'm pushing a bill to allow the Senate to vote remotely in times of national crises. This is a common-sense measure that we should pass ASAP. https://t.co/XAATn6Iy4c”

Rob Portman on Twitter: "Congress needs to be able to fulfill its Constitutional duty in any and all circumstances. That's why I'm pushing a bill to allow the Senate to vote remotely in times of national crises. This is a common-sense measure that we should pass ASAP. https://t.co/XAATn6Iy4c"

“Timing of #Senate vote on #stimulus in flux, @chuckschumer says it may take `a few hours' to ready $2 T bill for floor. Schumer pkg `not the end of our work here in Congress but rather the end of the beginning. The crisis continues to deepen.'”

Nancy Ognanovich on Twitter: "Timing of #Senate vote on #stimulus in flux, @chuckschumer says it may take `a few hours' to ready $2 T bill for floor. Schumer pkg `not the end of our work here in Congress but rather the end of the beginning. The crisis continues to deepen.'"

“In a new Democrat poll taken from Saturday to Monday: 📈Registered voters trust President Trump to handle the Coronavirus crisis over Congressional Democrats (45-39) 📈Independent voters trust President Trump on it over Congressional Democrats (47-15) https://t.co/JHRXFuxpze”

Matt Whitlock on Twitter: "In a new Democrat poll taken from Saturday to Monday: 📈Registered voters trust President Trump to handle the Coronavirus crisis over Congressional Democrats (45-39) 📈Independent voters trust President Trump on it over Congressional Democrats (47-15) https://t.co/JHRXFuxpze"

I am absolutely against remote voting as a matter of regular order. But in times of crises and national emergencies, Congress must have an alternative plan in place to adapt to the challenges we will inevitably face.I am absolutely against remote voting as a matter of regular order. But in times of crises and national emergencies, Congress must have an alternative plan in place to adapt to the challenges we will

Congress is not immune to this crisis | TheHill

I am absolutely against remote voting as a matter of regular order. But in times of crises and national emergencies, Congress must have an alternative plan in place to adapt to the challenges we will inevitably face.I am absolutely against remote voting as a matter of regular order. But in times of crises and national emergencies, Congress must have an alternative plan in place to adapt to the challenges we will

Congress is not immune to this crisis | TheHill