It is right to insist that a stimulus bill should help those who need it most -- those who are hungry, unemployed or facing a loss of housing. The unemployment rate remains at 7.9%; many workers who lost jobs are at the end of weekly benefits. Such targeted aid is also the best use of taxpayer dollars. Democrats & Trump remain within shouting distance of a deal that would put Senate Republicans on the spot. Fri. Trump suggested it would back as much as $1.8 trillion, a little less than the $2.2 trillion House proposal.-- small differences regarding how the money would be spent. The quickest way for the White House to get across the finish line is to add a little more. As Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, said in a blunt speech this week, “the risks of overdoing it” are small at the moment. "The greater danger is not doing enough!"