Just on general principles, I get worried when legislative decisions are unanimous, as the Senate bill was today. I am not offering any specific criticisms that I think they have overlooked. It is unanimity, in and of itself, which makes me nervous.
I have heard, though can't verify in a quick search, that large rabbinical courts such as the Sanhedrin had a practice that if a vote was unanimous it was considered defeated, because it was likely to be impulsive and ill thought-out. It would have to be introduced again at the next gathering. Even one irrascible opponent on either side would make me feel better about this.
Speaking about either side, half of the very few conservatives where I work are not entirely happy with what Trump is doing at present, while a surprising number of liberals have said (unbidden, not working around me enough to know that I am emphatically not liberal) that while they don't like Trump much, they have been impressed with what he is doing in this crisis. With all the emphasis on how divided this country is ever since, oh, the 1998 elections, worsening every year, I have to consider that people's ability to move off entrenched positions is in and of itself a good thing.