It's been two months since Congress allocated about $13 billion for K-12 schools in its coronavirus-related emergency aid package -- but the money hasn't yet reached many school districts amid questions over how it should be spent
It’s been two months since Congress allocated about $13 billion for K-12 schools in its coronavirus-related emergency aid package — but the money hasn’t yet reached many school districts amid questions over how it should be spent.
The next round of coronavirus aid will be narrowly focused and will not extend federal unemployment assistance, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says.
NBC 7 Responds looked at how financial aid is being affected by the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Where can I get a coronavirus test in N.J.? Latest list of testing centers, requirements. Walmart, CVS, Rite Aid locations. (May 30, 2020)
Senate Republicans’ proposal, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, will get cash assistance in the hands of individuals and families and rush urgent relief for small businesses and their employees:
DEVELOPING: Dems Block McConnell’s $250B Aid Package for Small Businesses During Coronavirus
Some stuff here is hard. This isn’t. The House Coronavirus bill provides: - free testing - aid for medical workers - paid medical leave - nutrition assistance - extended unemployment insurance We don’t need industry bailouts. We need this bill. NOW.
China has reacted to the outbreak of coronavirus in Italy by sending aid. The US has reacted by suspending flights. Who is the superpower?