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HOEVEN, SMITH LEAD 41 ADDITIONAL SENATORS IN PRESSING TREASURY, SBA TO ENSURE ELIGIBILITY OF RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES IN PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM

Source: Senator John Hoeven (R - ND)

April 22, 2020

Senators John Hoeven (R-ND) and Tina Smith (D-MN) led a bipartisan group of Senators in urging the U.S. Department of the Treasury and U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to clarify that rural electric cooperatives are eligible for the Paycheck Protection Program, which was created under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to support small businesses and help them maintain payroll and cover during expenses the pandemic.

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Hirono, Senate Colleagues: Administration Must Focus on Coronavirus Testing, Contact Tracing Efforts

Source: Senator Mazie K. Hirono (D - HI)

April 22, 2020

Senator Mazie K. Hirono (D-Hawaii) joined Senators Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), and eight of their colleagues to demand the Trump Administration provide the American people a comprehensive COVID-19 testing and contact tracing plan, which health experts have identified as vital to safely reopening society. The letter, sent on Monday, asks the Department of Health and Human Services to include in its plan what resources are needed for nationwide testing and contact tracing, how it will support states and localities, and how it will protect and secure private data of Americans.

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Rep. Himes Statement on negotiations to provide additional support to American families, workers, and small businesses

Source: U.S. Representative Jim Himes (D-CT, 4th)

April 22, 2020

As the House and Senate approach a deal that will refill the funds for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), tensions are running high. While our nation struggles with the largest crisis in modern history, it’s easy to use the negotiations over PPP to attack whichever party or person or position we don’t share.  This mindset is counterproductive and leads us to believe the worst of each other. In all situations, I strive to treat everyone, whether I agree with them or not, as though they are coming from a place of good faith.  Impugning each other’s motives is the easy way out.  Listening with sincere earnestness to our opponents to achieve the common good is the more difficult, but essential, path.

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Higgins Again Calls for Royalty Relief on Oil & Gas Production

Source: U.S. Representative Clay Higgins (R-LA, 3rd)

April 22, 2020

The letter reads, in part, “America’s energy industry is facing a generational crisis. International markets and oil values have been heavily impacted as a result of the Saudi-Russia oil dumping war and COVID-19 travel restrictions. One option to negate some of the damage to the industry would be to institute a temporary decrease or elimination of federal oil and gas royalties until markets have stabilized.”

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Jaime Herrera Beutler Supports Small Business COVID-Relief Package, Favors Additional PPP Funding for Small Businesses

Source: U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA, 3rd)

April 22, 2020

“When I advocated for the creation of the Paycheck Protection Program, my intent was to make it available to any and all small business with employees as long as the COVID crisis and state-mandated closures are impacting them.  It was clear that the initial $349 billion was going to be utilized quickly, which is why I worked with my colleagues to offer a plan to extend it by $900 billion and ensure small businesses could access it immediately – or after a few weeks of assessing their needs,” Herrera Beutler said. “We must immediately approve the funds in this package to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program, boost hospitals and increase testing, but there’s no doubt that Congress will have to take further action to assist small businesses and I’ll continue to advocate for my legislation to provide them with longer-term certainty that they can access these emergency loans as long as they need them.”

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Udall, Heinrich Urge Release Of Detained Children Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Source: Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM)

April 22, 2020

“There are currently nearly 2,400 children in Office of Refugee Resettlement’s (ORR) within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) custody, including licensed shelters. According to public health experts, people in confined spaces ‘are at special risk of infection, given their living situations,’ and ‘may also be less able to participate in proactive measures to keep themselves safe, and infection control is challenging in these settings.’ We are especially concerned that most ORR facilities require children to share bedrooms, bathrooms, and dining spaces, which make remaining at least six feet apart difficult to observe,” the lawmakers wrote. “Unsurprisingly, the virus has spread quickly and has now infected at least 40 children in ORR custody and 69 self-reported ORR contractor staff and foster parents. The ongoing crisis, inability to protect themselves, and mounting cases in ORR custody expose these children to significant stress.”

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Rep. Hayes Introduces Legislation To Bring Home Funding For Connecticut Hospitals During COVID-19 Pandemic

Source: U.S. Representative Jahana Hayes (D-CT, 5th)

April 22, 2020

“Connecticut health care workers have been working around the clock to fight against this unprecedented disaster and keep our state and communities safe,” said Congresswoman Hayes. “But the reality is that the economic costs of combatting this unrelenting disease have put the solvency of our entire health care system into question. I was disappointed that the first round of relief for hospitals and providers distributed by the federal government was inadequate and did not take special consideration for hospitals in hotspots, children’s hospitals, and hospitals that operate in underserved communities with the most need. My bill would fix this mistake and bring urgently needed funds to help Connecticut recover from this disaster.”

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Senator Hawley Announces Bill to Ban Universities from Relief Funds Until Endowments Tapped

Source: Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO)

April 22, 2020

Under the proposal, universities with over $10 billion in endowments would have to spend 10 times the amount appropriated to them according to the formula in the CARES Act to be eligible for federal relief funds. The university would have to demonstrate it spent the money on the same uses of funds required by the CARES Act – emergency financial aid grants to students to cover costs like food, housing, healthcare and childcare, and costs related to the disruption to the delivery of instruction due to COVID-19.

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Senators Hassan & Shaheen Push for Critical Investments in Workforce Development in Next COVID-19 Package

Source: Senator Margaret Wood Hassan (D-NH)

April 22, 2020

U.S. Senators Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) today joined their colleagues in pushing for critical workforce development and career and technical education funding in the next COVID-19 relief bill. As unemployment in New Hampshire and across the country continues to hit record levels, the Senators’ letter highlights the concern that workers will need additional training to meet current workforce needs, such as in health care or for manufacturers producing personal protective equipment. The letter was led by Senators Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT).

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Harris, Colleagues Call for Broad Investigations of the Trump Administration’s COVID-19 Response

Source: Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA)

April 21, 2020

U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris (D-CA) on Wednesday joined Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and 8 of their Senate colleagues in calling for investigations into the Trump Administration’s coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) response, including whether political expediency rather than the country’s urgent public health needs has driven the Trump Administration’s distribution of life-saving medical supplies and equipment and other key public health and economic decisions.

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Harder, Van Drew Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help Farmers, Kids in Need During Coronavirus

Source: U.S. Representative Josh Harder (D-CA, 10th)

April 21, 2020

Representatives Josh Harder (CA-10) and Jeff Van Drew (NJ-02) introduced the Fresh Produce for Kids in Need Act to help farmers get their produce to kids in need during the Coronavirus crisis. The bill would suspend a bureaucratic requirement that prevents parents from picking up fresh produce from elementary schools on behalf of their children. Students typically get access to the free fruits and vegetables at school through a federal program. Since schools are closed, parents of kids enrolled in the program are allowed to pick up fresh produce, but their children must be in attendance. This extra bureaucratic requirement makes it harder for parents to get the produce on the way home from work and risks exposing children to the Coronavirus.

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Hagedorn Statement on Pork Plant Closure in Worthington

Source: U.S. Representative Jim Hagedorn (R-MN, 1st)

April 21, 2020

"Our southern Minnesota congressional district is home to millions of hogs, thousands of livestock farmers, hundreds of modern hog farm operations and many name brand processing companies. I am worried about livestock farmers in southern Minnesota and throughout the nation. Prices are falling to historic lows and plant closures are creating excess supply of hogs with no market."

Why is this? It makes no sense that the livestock is not moving. I go to Wal-mart and there is hardly any meat in stock. People still eat. What is causing this?

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“I’m glad we were able to pass additional funding to help North Carolina’s small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program. It should have never taken this long. Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader Schumer halted this program for a week in order to play partisan political games resulting in extra unnecessary hardship and uncertainty for small business owners across the state and country. This cannot happen again. Congress will likely need to allocate additional funds to this program and make improvements based on feedback we have heard from small businesses and non-profits. I’m committed to putting the health and jobs of North Carolinians first, and we cannot allow partisan politics to get in the way of assisting the American people during this global crisis.” -- Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), April 21,2020

 

No vaccine for coronavirus a possibility

Source: News.com Australia

April 19, 2020

The professor of medicine at Queensland University, which is testing for its own COVID-19 vaccine, said immunization against coronavirus was similar to immunizing against the common cold. There is no vaccine for the common cold.  

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National Coronavirus Recovery Commission Releases First Set of Recommendations to Reopen America

Source: The Heritage Foundation

April 21, 2020

The National Coronavirus Recovery Commission held its second meeting today, releasing 47 specific recommendations to reopen America. The recommendations are organized by the sectors of government and society in the best legal and practical position to execute the recommendations. 

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Pastors in 30 States Under Siege

Source: Liberty Counsel

April 20, 2020

Right now, Liberty Counsel is nearly overwhelmed by the sheer number of pastors and churches calling for help. As of this writing, we are representing, defending, and/or advising pastors in over 30 states.

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SPLC Terror – How a Once-Respected Civil Rights Group Inspired a Domestic Terrorism Attack

Source: Mike Cernovich

April 20, 2020

In never-been-seen images, we retrace Corkins domestic terror attack, which was inspired by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s decision to label the FRC a hate group.

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