In testimony before the Senate Small Business Committee this week, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin signaled that the administration would be open to yet another stimulus bill to address economic issues resulting from the COVID-19 crisis and he previewed their priorities for any such legislation. Specifically, the Secretary acknowledged a rocky start for the Paycheck Protection Program but said the loan program was now supporting the employment of roughly 50 million workers and more than 75 percent of the small business payroll in all 50 states! He went on to say that he believed “we are going to need another bipartisan legislation to put more money into the economy” and cited the travel, leisure and restaurant industries in particular as needing further aid. He also indicated changes to “fix” unemployment was an administration priority.