"As if doing too little is the responsible, adult thing to do?" the progressive congresswoman asked.
Senators sent similar letters to airlines last year, requesting full cash refunds instead of flight credit to customers forced to cancel air travel during the pandemic.
Progressive lawmakers have proposed pushing through a $10 trillion infrastructure package instead.
"We need recurring payments," the Massachusetts senator said. "We will not stop until we pass at least a $15 federal minimum wage, and that includes abolishing the filibuster to ensure we give our workers a raise."
Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts thinks struggling Americans need more cash to weather the ongoing pandemic.
"I will be on the floor," Ohio Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown said Tuesday, "make sure this comes to a vote."
"It's simple," Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted Tuesday, "no vote, no new year's break for Senators."
The legislation would provide $5 billion to the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund for states that implement mask requirments.
People celebrating Biden's victory appropriated Conway's 2016 tweet that said that Trump's win was a "Landslide. Blowout. Historic."
The Massachusetts senator appeared to be referencing the fact that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had announced his intent to push a Trump nominee through, just hours after receiving the news that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died.
Congressman Joe Kennedy III has lost his Massachusetts primary challenge to Senator Ed Markey, raising questions about the 39-year-old's political future.
Rep. Joe Kennedy III was defeated by incumbent Sen. Ed Markey in the Massachusetts Democratic primary on Tuesday, making him the first Kennedy to lose an election in the state.
American Girl Dolls are just some of the, uh, people supporting Markey in new Twitter accounts.
Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey and Texas Senator Ted Cruz butted heads in a Monday Twitter exchange about congressional stimulus talks.
The bill would only permit presidents to sack National Institutes of Health directors over malfeasance, negligence of office, and incapacity.
The 39-year-old challenger of the incumbent senator held a 14-point lead in a poll released before official campaign launch last year.
A poll earlier this month gave Kennedy a 14-point advantage over the Democratic senator he'll challenge.
"If we don't act aggressively and immediately on climate, it's not going to be a pretty picture," Mayor Pete Buttigieg warned.