Please join us in sending a letter to Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader McCarthy urging support for financial relief for our nation’s unions. The spread of COVID-19 has affected all sectors of the U.S. economy, but it has had a disproportionate impact on
nonprofit 501(c)(5) organizations like labor unions and the workers they represent.
Please join me in cosponsoring the Victory Bonds Act of 2020.
We invite you to join as a co-sponsor of the COVID-19 Frontline Worker Recognition Resolution recognizing our frontline workers’ contributions during the coronavirus pandemic. As veterans of the military and of the nation’s defense
and intelligence agencies, we recognize that our fight against COVID-19 is America’s latest war, and that these workers are serving on the frontlines. They are our infantry and our logistics, our first and last lines of defense, and this resolution serves
as a token of our appreciation for their heroic work.
The continued impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are staggering. In the U.S. alone, there are over 824,000 confirmed cases, more than 45,000 lives lost, and more than 22 million initial unemployment claims. This crisis has rippled across the country, impacting
the lives and livelihoods of our families, friends, and neighbors in every one of our Congressional districts.
Please join us in sending a letter to leadership calling for funding in the next coronavirus relief package to preserve the research enterprise. Like most businesses across the country, research labs have experienced closures, slowdowns, and harm to their
workforce and capabilities. While some research labs are repurposing their efforts for the COVID-19 fight or attempting to telework, many others have seen their federally funded research delayed, halted, or interrupted.
Sending Office: Honorable Juan Vargas Sent By: Eddie.Meyer@mail.house.gov Since April 20, the number of detainees who have tested positive with COVID-19 has more than doubled from 126 to 253 detainees. Current cosigners: Susan A. Davis, James P. McGovern, Earl Blumenauer, Darren Soto, Veronica Escobar, Barbara Lee, Jahana Hayes, Sheila Jackson Lee Deadline to sign on […]
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These unprecedented times have hit small businesses especially hard. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was designed as a lifeline to protect these pillars of our communities. The PPP was rolled out swiftly and has already helped nearly 1.6 million firms
nationwide. However, incredible demand has seen the initial $350 billion investment run dry.
Presently, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases are over 2,544,000 across the world and over 810,000 in the United States. While we do not yet know the full impact COVID-19 will have on the nation, already more Americans have been killed by the virus than
died in the September 11, 2001 attacks. After those attacks, the 9/11 Commission was established to provide a full accounting of the circumstances surrounding the attacks and the Commission’s recommendations drove massive reforms to how we share intelligence
and organize the government to counter terrorist threats. It is clear that we, as a nation, are at another inflection point. Americans today will again demand a full accounting of our level of preparedness and response to this global public health emergency.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases have exceeded 2.5-Million across the world and 810,000 in the United States. Unfortunately, the virus is continuing to spread rapidly through our communities and is projected to soon overwhelm our health care system.
Health care providers are being forced to reuse the personal protective equipment (PPE) intended to prevent the spread of disease, ventilator supplies are a fraction of what experts are pleading for, and testing components are in such short supply that only
critically ill individuals can receive the COVID-19 test. The American people and our heroic frontline health care providers are desperate for the resources they need to prevent, identify, and treat COVID-19 cases in order to minimize loss of life.