Other Issues on Eastern Connecticut
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May 21, 2020 Press Release
“As the CCADV’s rapid re-housing program nears the end of its first year in operation, the importance of continued federal support for critical non-profits like these has never been clearer,” said Rep. Courtney.
“This funding for testing goes to the heart of eastern Connecticut’s ability to safely reopen activities of daily living,” 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.
“This federal funding was authorized as part of the bipartisan CARES Act six days ago, it’s incredibly flexible, and it can be put towards a wide range of uses to support some of the people and families who have been hit hardest here in eastern Connecticut,” said Congressman Courtney.
March 29, 2020 Press Release
“Today’s announcement that FEMA has approved Connecticut’s request for a Stafford Act disaster declaration is a critical order that provides a strong financial backstop to state and local COVID-19 emergency efforts,"
“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.
“The logic of this in terms of economics makes absolutely no sense. Over the last four years, Minor League Baseball has averaged consistently 40 million fans."
“This is not simply a trade issue, it has now morphed into an existential issue,” said Julius Angelini, co-owner of Angelini Wine, Ltd.