Results for the tag Vicente Gonzalez

Seeking Original Cosponsors for Bill to Support Families of Fallen Frontline Healthcare Workers

Congressman Vicente Gonzalez invites you to be an original cosponsor of the America’s Frontline Protection Act. The America’s Frontline Protection Act will give the families of frontline medical personnel, including but not limited to physicians, nurses,
technicians, aides, emergency and routine transportation personnel, custodial staff, and any staff exposed to medical waste, who die from COVID-19 access to benefits. Victims’ families would be eligible for cash benefits for both economic and non-economic
losses.

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Seeking Original Cosponsors for Bill to Support Families of Fallen Frontline Healthcare Workers

Congressman Vicente Gonzalez invites you to be an original cosponsor of the America’s Frontline Protection Act. The America’s Frontline Protection Act will give the families of frontline medical personnel, including but not limited to physicians, nurses,
technicians, aides, emergency and routine transportation personnel, custodial staff, and any staff exposed to medical waste, who die from COVID-19 access to benefits. Victims’ families would be eligible for cash benefits for both economic and non-economic
losses.

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High Medicaid Facility Letter

Representative Vicente Gonzalez invites you to join him in sending a letter to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Alex Azar, requesting that HHS revise regulations to remove unnecessary and burdensome restrictions placed
on community physician-owned hospitals that qualify as high Medicaid facilities.

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Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) Letter

Please join Representatives Vicente Gonzalez and Roger Williams in requesting that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) discuss the implementation of new accounting rules proposed by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). We believe that
as proposed these new rules, called CECL for Current Expected Credit Loss, will lead to fewer and higher priced 30-year mortgages, small business loans, and non-prime loans for our constituents.  

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Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) Letter

Please join Representatives Vicente Gonzalez and Roger Williams in requesting that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) discuss the implementation of new accounting rules proposed by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). We believe that
as proposed these new rules, called CECL for Current Expected Credit Loss, will lead to fewer and higher priced 30-year mortgages, small business loans, and non-prime loans for our constituents.  

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