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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.
As COVID-19 cuts across Texas and the country, U.S. Rep. Roger Williams is sure of one thing: Americans will persevere and come out strong.
Jamie Willis made headlines in December for his efforts to collect discarded Christmas trees to use to make canes for veterans through his organization Canes for Veterans Central Texas.
The community responded in a big way, with more than 1,000 trees being donated to Willis by the first week of 2020. With this many trees, Willis made a goal of making 1,000 canes in the year 2020.
Cleburne ISD students from several campuses have been working on a special project to help those who served our nation in the armed forces “feel the love” on Valentine’s Day.
Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara Bush, will be honored with coins bearing their images. Congress approved a resolution making way for the commemorative coins this week.
While Trump is all but certain to avoid removal from office, a portion of his legacy took shape Wednesday when he became just the third president in American history to be impeached by the U.S. House.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. House passed a major trade deal on Thursday that will reset the economic relationships within North America.
WASHINGTON — Eight of America’s most prominent bankers had been grilled for more than two hours at the House Financial Services Committee by the time Austin Rep. Roger Williams got his five-minute period to engage them.
The Republican, often ebullient, was solemn-faced.