Tweets from Congress below taken from 4PIA Pulse
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard  | 05:06 pm
Sen. Bill Cassidy  | 11:05 am
Our local restaurants are valued members of our community and this legislation provides assistance both to employees and independent restaurant owners to weather the storm of this pandemic.
In Louisiana, we love our great Cajun cuisine. But many restaurants are suffering due to the pandemic, and they need our help to stop them from going out of business for good. We must support those employers which are part of the fabric of our society.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard  | 05:06 pm
Rep. Trent Kelly  | 11:11 am
Nearly 100,000 Hawaii residents work in the independent restaurant industry which continues to be hammered hard by the coronavirus crisis. That puts enormous strain on them and their families to make ends meet and for these businesses to stay afloat.
McDonald’s announced Friday that starting August 1, customers who walk into its restaurants will have to wear face coverings.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney  | 11:47 am
Sen. Roger Wicker  | 10:11 am
Chinatown is a staple of #NYC life and home to hundreds of #smallbiz. Thrilled to see that some of my favorite restaurants are opening up and offering outdoor dining options.
The #RESTAURANTSAct would save many small and independent restaurants, benefiting their workers and the farmers, fishermen, distributors, and truckers that rely on them. Thank you @morgan_freeman for lending your voice to this important issue.
Rep. Matt Cartwright  | 11:19 am
Sen. Rand Paul  | 10:10 am
Restaurants and hospitality are not just essential to NEPAs economy, theyre core parts of the social and cultural fabric of our area. But many are struggling due to #COVID19. I support the #RestaurantsAct to save our local restaurants and the livelihoods of their employees.
DWP (Drunk with Power)@AndyBeshearKY now dictating a 50% reduction in restaurant customers which will mean that thousands of KY waiters and waitresses will lose their jobs. Meanwhile KYs per capita mortality rate is less than 1/10th that of New York during the April surge.

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