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LANGHORNE, Pa. — On April 21, U.S. Reps.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi secured the endorsement of the Problem Solvers Caucus for his Made in America Emergency Preparedness Act.
Insurance policies for area businesses could include covering the novel coronavirus under state and federal law.
With many businesses closed across Pennsylvania, state and federal lawmakers want to require business insurers to add COVID-19 to their policies and help businesses cover costs while they wait to reopen.
We are in a crisis in America. Beyond the public health crisis and economic downturn, COVID-19 has exposed weaknesses in our national emergency supply chain. Medical professionals are going to work without facemasks. Nursing home workers are wearing trash bags to treat patients instead of medical gowns.
As our nation celebrates the essential workers on the front line who are sacrificing so much to care for others during this unprecedented crisis, we must also remember the essential workers who are often hidden from the public eye: the child welfare case managers and child protective investigators who protect vulnerable children. The home visitors who support struggling families.
Another round of COVID-19 relief legislation passed through Congress without addressing the needs of revenue-distressed 501(c)(6) associations, but there are encouraging signs that the message from ASAE and others is being heard on Capitol Hill.
Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick’s office announced the allocation of the local relief grant this week. Bucks County was one of only seven in the entire state to receive the federal funds through the program.
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP >> U.S. Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01) on April 23 announced an award allocation of Local Relief Grants totaling $253 million for Bucks and Montgomery counties.
PARSIPPANY, NJ - U.S. Representative Mikie Sherrill and U.S. Representative Pete King have begun the formation of the bipartisan COVID-19 Regional Recovery Task Force.
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-1st dist.) joined a group of lawmakers seeking assistance for local media companies facing challenges brought on due to the COVID-19 pandemic.