We invite you to join us as an original cosponsor of the Emergency Money for the People Act to get emergency money to Americans hit hardest by COVID-19’s economic impacts.
We have heard from health care professionals around our districts that personal protection equipment (PPE) is in short supply. If we do not act immediately, we could face nationwide shortages. Without adequate PPE, it exposes our health care workers to COVID-19,
it will delay emergency workers’ ability to respond, it is already impacting nursing homes from accepting patients, among other concerns.
I invite you to join me in cosponsoring the Small Business Repayment Relief Act, legislation that would ensure every small business with a qualified Small Business Administration (SBA) loan automatically be relieved of their loan
payments—including principal, interest, and fees—for the next six months. This assistance would be a lifeline for hundreds of thousands of American small businesses fighting for their survival over the coming months
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As the Trump administration considers sending every American adult a stimulus check to offset the financial impacts of the coronavirus, it is critical that children are not left out of the equation. The high costs of raising children, including child care,
will only add to the hardships faced by parents during this outbreak. Additionally, many families may lose access to affordable child care provided by grandparents as many older Americans heed advice to isolate themselves.
CLOSING COB TODAY: Co-Sign Letter to Leadership: Eliminate Immigrant Restrictions on COVID-19 Testing
As work begins on a third package, please join me in writing to House and Senate leadership to urge them in prioritizing critically needed language to allow for everyone in the U.S. to be tested for COVID-19, without any repercussions. Regardless of their
citizenship status every person in the U.S. should have access to testing and treatment, by excluding them it is a health risk to us all.
I invite you to co-sponsor the Retirement Protection Act, which would protect and rebuild American’s retirement savings. The bill would suspend the required minimum distribution (RMD) for defined contribution retirement plans and Individual Retirement Accounts
(IRAs) for the current year.
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Many cities across the nation contain high-density potential terror targets, such as international airports, transit stations and major tourist attractions. These cities devote tremendous resources toward keeping their residents safe, but they rely on federal
funding to protect their communities and critical infrastructure from national security threats.