Tweets from Congress below taken from 4PIA Pulse
Democrats
Republicans
Rep. Tom O’Halleran  | 06:14 pm
Pres. Donald J. Trump  | 03:44 pm
Independent restaurants have been hit hard by this pandemic & are an important part of what brings our communities together. I cosponsored the RESTAURANTS Act to create a grant program to provide relief to independent restaurants & help them adapt to COVID-19. #AZ01
While Democrats continue holding up money for schools, hospitals, local governments, and much-needed relief for the American people, President Trump’s executive actions are now “in full force and effect.”
Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon  | 04:59 pm
Rep. Don Bacon  | 03:05 pm
I have been calling for oversight of the PPP program to ensure that relief is distributed as Congress intended to help small businesses in our communities.
Met with @NeHisChamber President & former President, Diva Mejias and Yesenia Peck, to discuss their Foundation’s Hope Grant which provides emergency relief to Nebraska’s small-business owners who were negatively impacted by #COVID. I thank them for all that they do for Nebraska.
Sen. Patty Murray  | 04:05 pm
Rep. Mark Amodei  | 02:27 pm
The @uscensusbureau must have adequate time to complete a full and fair 2020 Census & ensure that Congress and states receive accurate data, which is why I’ll be working to include a deadline extension in the next COVID-19 relief package.
Its incredibly disrespectful to all Americans when issues for the greater good are put on the back burner for partisan objectives. Weve seen the results Congress can deliver when we work together: nearly $3T in #COVID19 relief so far. Americans cannot wait any longer.
Rep. Jimmy Gomez  | 03:21 pm
Rep. Mark Amodei  | 02:27 pm
The #COVID19 crisis has devastated renters, homeowners, and those experiencing homelessness. I spoke with @SCANPH about #CARESAct housing funds for #Angelenos, $175B in mortgage and #RentRelief in the #HeroesAct, and @HouseDemocrats push to extend the eviction moratorium.
So for those angered by the Presidents recent executive action on covid relief which includes payroll tax cuts, preventing evictions, and extending UI & student loan relief, please remember that when leadership refuses to work together, the Executive Branch is forced to step in.

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