Posted in CARES Act coronavirus Economy Heritage Foundation Mike Lee Politics regulations Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz, Mike Lee on Next Coronavirus Legislation: Recovery, Not Relief

Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee said tax cuts and deregulation are needed to help small businesses recover in the wake of coronavirus.

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Posted in CARES Act Democrats Economics HEROES Act House of Representatives Joblessness Labor Department Mitch McConnell Nancy Pelosi Republicans Senate unemployment

Jobless Claims Eclipse 40 Million Under Pandemic Lockdowns

While Thursday’s new jobs numbers show an 8-week decline in new first-time filings, new jobless claims still shatter previous records.

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Posted in CARES Act coronavirus Covid-19 Economy Foundation for Government Accountability health Heritage Foundation Payroll Protection Program Politics Small Businesses unemployment claims Welfare

CARES Act Flaw: Employees Reject Jobs in Favor of Payroll Protection Program Funds

Some business owners are having difficulty “reopening” because their employees would rather collect funds through the Cares Act PPP.

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Posted in CARES Act CNBC Congress Economics Heritage Foundation HEROES Act Rachel Greszler Small Businesses unemployment Washington

Another 2.4 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week, 38 Million Since March

More than 38 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits since state and local lockdowns initiated widespread economic self-destruction.

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Posted in Adam Michel CARES Act Economics Heritage Foundation IRS National Restaurant Association Small Businesses U.S. Chamber of Commerce

July Tax Day Could Be The Final Blow To Thousands Of Small Businesses

More than 100,000 small businesses have already been permanently destroyed over two months, and a looming tax day will destroy thousands more.

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Posted in American taxpayers California CARES Act China coronavirus Democrats Economy illegal immigration Immigration Politics Southern Border Tom Cotton U.S.-Mexico border

Tom Cotton: Defund States Giving Coronavirus Relief to Illegal Aliens

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) has introduced legislation that will defund states and localities providing American taxpayer-funded coronavirus relief money to illegal aliens.

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Posted in CARES Act Congress coronavirus Economics HEROES Act Jobless Nancy Pelosi pandemic Pandemic Panic unemployment Wuhan coronavirus

Pandemic Panic Laid Off Nearly 3 Million Americans Last Week, 36 Million Within Two Months

New data from the Department of Labor released Thursday shows nearly 3 million Americans filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week as the economic toll…

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Posted in CARES Act Congress coronavirus Economics Heritage Foundation Jobless Labor Department pandemic unemployment

Over 33 Million People Have Filed For Unemployment Since Coronavirus Panic Began

New data from the Department of Labor shows 3.2 million Americans filed fresh claims for unemployment last week bringing the pandemic total over 33 million.

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New Unemployment Claims Top 30 Million As Pandemic Panic Pushes People Out Of Work

New data from the Department of Labor Thursday reveals more than 3.8 million people filed for unemployment bringing the six week total to 30 million.

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Posted in CARES Act CNBC Congress Economics Labor Department PPP small business spa unemployment Washington state

Spa Workers Making More On Unemployment Upset To Receive Small Business Loan

Employees at a spa in Washington state are upset to be going back on payroll through the PPP after raking in more cash on unemployment.

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Posted in CARES Act coronavirus Economics Labor Department lockdowns PPP Stimulus Bill unemployment Wuhan coronavirus Wuhan virus

Unemployment Claims Soar Over 26 Million Within Five Weeks Amid Pandemic

More than 26 million Americans have filed for unemployment within five weeks of the economic crisis sparked by pandemic panic.

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Posted in 2020 Election CARES Act Donald Trump Economy Joe Biden Paycheck Protection Program Politics Symone Sanders

Joe Biden Adviser Symone Sanders Blames Trump After Paycheck Protection Program Runs Out of Money

Joe Biden senior campaign adviser Symone Sanders is blaming President Donald Trump after the Paycheck Protection Program created by the CARES Act and ran out…

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Posted in CARES Act coronavirus Donald Trump Economy health IRS Media stimulus checks Treasury Department Washington Post

IRS Joins Treasury to Refute Washington Post’s Claim that Trump’s Name on Stimulus Check Delayed Delivery 

The IRS said on Wednesday that delivery of stimulus checks is not being delayed by President Donald Trump’s name being put on them.

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Posted in 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Business businesses CARES Act Congress coronavirus Covid-19 Sheldon Whitehouse small business owners stimulus package Taxes Wuhan coronavirus Wuhan virus

No, Boosting Small Businesses Isn’t Rich People ‘Looting’ Taxpayers

Far from a naked handout to rich guys, the minor change under the stimulus package reduces taxes on business owners with the aim of making…

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Posted in benefits CARES Act coronavirus Economy Employers federal government Finance gig economy Jobs money State unemployment Wuhan virus

Here’s What You Need To Know About Unemployment Checks

How much money can I get? How long does unemployment insurance last? Here are the answers to the most common questions about applying for unemployment.

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