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United States Congressman Roger Williams, who serves Texas District 25 running from southwest Fort Worth to south of Hays County, spoke to the Century News about his efforts with COVID-19 financial relief for “independent music venues,” and B&Bs, which would benefit local businesses based on tourism.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, and Gov. Greg Abbott announced grants on Wednesday related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Federal Aviation Administration on April 15 awarded the Burnet Municipal Airport a $30,000 grant, part of the CARES Act, to help maintain the facility’s operations amid the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes the respiratory disease COVID-19.
United States Congressman Roger Williams (R), who serves Texas District 25 (Dripping Springs), joined over 80 lawmakers in urging U.S. Department of the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and U.S.
While grocery and convenience stores and similar establishments continue to be open in Copperas Cove, numerous small businesses have shuttered their doors, while riding out the wave of the COVID-19 virus as it reaches into Central Texas.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams wants small-business owners to take advantage of the federal resources available to them during the COVID-19 pandemic. He discussed those options during an April 7 webinar.
Congressman Roger Williams and State Representative Dr. Brad Buckley both hosted town-hall-style teleconferences recently to provide citizens and business owners in their districts with information regarding loan programs and economic assistance during the COVID-19 outbreak and its related economic impact.
United States Congressman Roger Williams (R), who serves Texas District 25 which runs from southwest of Fort Worth to south of Hays County, spoke to the Century News about COVID-19 and the national and local response to the virus.
Late last week, President Donald Trump signed a $2.2 trillion bill described by supporters as a relief effort and stimulus for businesses and people affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
The measure passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday by a voice vote after the Senate voted 96-0 to advance the measure.
Residents will soon see monetary relief from COVID-19.
President Donald Trump signed the CARES Act — also known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act — recently. The $2.2 trillion package was unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate last week and by the U.S House on Friday.