It’s time for Congress, the State, and the County to stop kicking the can down the road.

by Deedra Abboud in Mindset, Political, Relationships
June 28, 2020 0 comments

The whole world recognizes Arizona as the per capita #Coronavirus epicenter today while testing now takes days to get appointments and at least a week to get results. 

Your #Freedom to infect and potentially kill others is negligent and selfish. #SocialDistance and #WearAMask.

The Administration pleaded with the Supreme Court to overturn the #AffordableCareAct this week, as hundreds of thousands of Americans have turned to the government program for health care as they’ve lost jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.

The “extra” #Unemployment ends in July and there appears to be no plan to extend it despite unemployment continuing to grow.

The Federal #StudentLoan payment pause ends in August. 

The #StimulusCheck was spent months ago, if people got it at all – and there’s still no plan for additional stimulus for people.

The #PaycheckProtectionProgram ends the last day of June.

The #EIDL disaster relief loans for businesses are slow and don’t include work visa or DACA business owners.

The Federal Reserve’s new #MainStreetLending “crisis” loan program for businesses is a bust from the beginning – because the only businesses eligible are those who could already walk into a bank and get a loan based on their current income and assets.

The limited #AZEvictionDelay ends in July and there’s no plan to extend it or deal with the avalanche of evictions poised to hit in August.

The #AZRentalAssistance still has mostly NOT been dispersed to those in need.

Maricopa County #BoardOfSupervisors still has not released details on how to apply for the $23 million CARES Act funds allocated to helping small businesses in Maricopa County… other than excluding businesses in Mesa and Phoenix.

It’s time for Congress, the State, and the County to stop kicking the can down the road.

The end of the road is approaching real fast.

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