I invite you to cosponsor the Mobilizing America to Help Act, which would direct President Trump to invoke his existing authority to detail Peace Corps volunteers, who have all returned to the US from their posts overseas, to the Federal Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) to support emergency relief in the wake of COVID-19.
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I invite you to co-sponsor
H.R. 6384 the Community Meals Fund, legislation that will partner non-profits with small and mid-sized restaurants to address nutrition needs across the nation.
Deadline at Noon- Help New Parents – Ensure Children Born in 2020 Count for Advanced Recovery Rebates
Please join me in signing a letter to Secretary Mnuchin and Commissioner Retting asking Treasury and IRS to ensure parents with children born in 2020 are able to access advance direct payments included in the CARES Act for these children.
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As you know, the recently passed and signed CARES Act will provide millions of Americans with direct economic assistance during this coronavirus crisis. These recovery rebates are one-time stimulus payments of $1,200 for most adults over the age of 18 and
$500 for children under the age of 17. While a good first step, this limited, short-term aid will likely be insufficient to help many families manage this outbreak. Which is why we must ensure that most of these funds are distributed to as many Americans as
possible, as quickly as possible.
The news that the Trump Administration will finally begin using the Defense Production Act (DPA) to direct General Motors and Ventec to mass produce ventilators is an important but first step, but additional action is required to ensure our hospitals and
health care workers are not left on the front lines without the proper gear, or fighting against each other in a bidding war for supplies.
Sending Office: Honorable Antonio Delgado Sent By: Matthew.Gerson@mail.house.gov Current signers (61): Antonio Delgado, Josh Harder, Anthony Brindisi, Elise Stefanik, Jeff Duncan, Angie Craig, Juan Vargas, Jim Costa, Bob Gibbs, Jared Huffman, TJ Cox, Mike Thompson, David Scott, Adrian Smith, Greg Stanton, Salud Carbajal, Joe Morelle, Chellie Pingree, David Trone, Thomas R. Suozzi, Andy Harris, Mark Pocan, Abigail […]
On March 28, 2020, we took a historic step towards healing our economy during the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic, directly stimulating our economy and trying to make taxpayers whole who have been harmed, predominantly, by governmental management of the crisis.
While that governmental management is needed to protect public health, the economic damage is staggering, and stimulating the economy towards recovery was the right step to take.
With the growing spread of COVID-19, it has become increasingly difficult for disabled Americans to receive the services they need, including education, medical care, and daily activities. Additionally, people with underlying health conditions or disabilities
are at higher risk of serious complications from COVID-19.