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May 1, 2020 Press Release
“Earlier today, a new joint report from the State Legislature’s Office of Fiscal Analysis and Governor Lamont’s office found that the COVID-19 pandemic could cost the State of Connecticut up to $7 billion by 2023,” said Congressman Courtney.
“Bipartisan negotiations are closing in fast on a bigger boost for small businesses than originally put forth by Senator McConnell, as well as for new funding for hospitals and COVID-19 testing,” said Congressman Courtney.
“This federal funding is more important than ever – it’s good to see a new round of much-needed support coming in for our health care professionals"
“The Gilman Brothers have a long history of stepping up to the plate to help America through times of emergency,” said Congressman Courtney.
“This federal funding was authorized as part of the bipartisan CARES Act, which Congress passed ten days ago to help make sure that health care professionals – our frontline in the fight against COVID-19 – have the tools and resources they need to win,” said Congressman Courtney.
April 3, 2020 Press Release
“While Captain Crozier clearly went outside the chain of command, his dismissal at this critical moment – as the Sailors aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt are confronted with the COVID-19 pandemic-"
“We write to you today with urgent concern about the health and safety of our sailors and Marines embarked on Navy vessels facing the spread of COVID-19."
“Our health care professionals are working on the front lines of this pandemic in health centers and clinics – they’re keeping our eastern Connecticut communities safe and healthy, and we’ve got to keep working together to support them,” said Congressman Courtney.
“We’ve got to be prepared to deploy a COVID-19 vaccine as widely as possible once it’s developed,” said Rep. Courtney, “it's the only way we can ensure a clear victory for Americans in this fight."
March 25, 2020 Press Release
“The Emergency Coronavirus package unveiled last night is a much improved plan that now directs critical resources to America’s health care workers and hospitals, state governments, unemployed workers and small employers..."