Members of the United States Congress have always had to be present to vote. The reasons are many. Coronavirus however has put a new twist on things. No gatherings of more than 10 people are allowed. People over age 60 are urged to be extra careful. Flying is discouraged. Congress is essentially prohibited from voting on anything. Should Congress be allowed to vote on issues, expenditures and bills from their homes via computer? Several Members say yes. Congressman Francis Rooney of Florida joins Tim to explain his thoughts on the issue.