On this episode of Gridlock Break, House Problem Solvers Caucus co-chairs Josh Gottheimer and Tom Reed discuss the economic relief measures in the recently passed CARES Act as well as plans for subsequent federal support for businesses and individuals hit by the Coronavirus. They also look ahead for what it will take to reopen the economy and give people the confidence to get back to work.
Although Washington has already delivered a historic federal response to deal with coronavirus’ economic impact, you just heard from Problem Solvers Caucus co-chairs Reed and Gottheimer how much work there is still to be done. Small businesses – which employ half the population – are in particular need of more help and better, faster access to the lending programs that were included in the CARES Act to enable them to retain their workers.
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