COVID-19 Resources & Updates for 13th District Strong

DISTRICT RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS- 

 

 

QUESTIONS & RESOURCE CONTACTS

 

 

  • United Way of Southeastern Michigan Emergency Community Response Fund 2-1-1 

    • for families experiencing economic hardship or have COVID questions

 

 

HOW TO GET TESTED 

 

  • Contact your healthcare provider first to discuss symptoms.  

  • Call the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Hotline 1-888-535-6136, or your local hospital or clinic for screening.

  • COVID Test Site Finder

https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98189---,00.html

 

Workplace Safety Conditions 

    • File a complaint online

    • Download, complete and sign the form, then mail or fax it to MIOSHA. 

    • You may telephone MIOSHA at 800-866-4674

 

 

FOOD & OTHER ESSENTIALS

 

 

  • #MichiganMuslim Community Grocery Service: If you are at high risk for COVID (elderly, chronic condition, immunosuppressed etc.) a volunteer will do your groceries and deliver to your door! (pay by venmo, paypal, cash, if experiencing hardship, note to receptionist) 4/8 - have applied to SNAP but not active yet.

Call 734-274-9207 or 734-210-0316 or fill out the form at bit.ly/micovideliveryorder - only for Detroit & Dearborn Heights. Western Wayne Residents should call 734-210-0316. Westland residents should choose the Canton option when requesting delivery. Call btwn 10am-1pm

 

  • Focus Hope - Delivery and Pick up for Seniors over 60 in Wayne county who make less than $16,588, 2 ppl - $22,412 and below. Call 313-494-4600

    • Focus Hope Early Learning for diapers, wipes, and formula. Call 313-494-4400

 

Meal pick-up will be provided at the following City Recreation Centers (MON-FRI 8:30-1:30PM):

    • Adams Butzel Recreation Center, 10500 Lyndon

    • Farwell Recreation Center, 2711 E. Outer Drive

    • Kemeny Recreation Center, 2260 S. Fort Street

    • Patton Recreation Center, 2301 Woodmere starting March 30

Meals pick up will be provided at the following City recreation centers (TUES, WEDS, FRI 8:30-1:30PM):

    • Crowell Recreation Center, 16630 Lahser 

    • Lasky Recreation Center, 13200 Fenelon

 

  • National Action Network: Delivery of grocery items, medications, call 313-288-8433 - for now, people need to pay with credit or debit card, Detroit area - not defined yet, exact locations

 

  • YMCA is giving free grab and go meals to children up to age 18 and young adults with special needs up to age 26. Parents can pick up for children.  Multiple locations in Detroit.

 

 

  • Metro Detroit Diaper Bank - If you are in need of diapers TEXT 313-478-4420 with ONLY your first name, last name and the best phone number to reach you. 

 

SENIOR RESOURCES:

  • Some pharmacies have free delivery for prescriptions, contact yours to check

 

  • Seniors may sign up for delivery or pick up food service with the state:

Daily Check in Calls as well

 https://newmibridges.michigan.gov/s/request-meal-delivery-reassurance?language=en_US

 

  • The Senior Alliance - outside of Detroit

    • The Senior Alliance has taken steps to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission while continuing to provide vital services many people rely on. The Senior Alliance is maintaining normal business hours, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., but our office building is closed to the public. If their duties allow, our employees are working from home. The Information & Assistance Call Center continues to operate during normal business hours and is available at 734-727-2058. The Medicare Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) has suspended in-person sessions but is available by phone at 800-803-7174.

 

  • Detroit Area Agency on Aging (Detroit Residents only) - meals for seniors. Can pick up 5 frozen meals on Wednesdays. More info here.

  • WHERE TO REPORT COVID-19 SCAMS? 

    •  If you think you are a victim of a scam or attempted fraud involving COVID-19, report it to the National Center for Disaster Fraud: • Call: 1-866-720-5721  • Email: disaster@leo.gov 

    •  RESOURCES FOR SENIORS – REPORTING SUSPECTED ELDER FRAUD AND ABUSE 

 For emergencies, call 9-1-1 for immediate help. 

For non-life-threatening emergencies: 

    • DOJ National Elder Fraud Hotline 

    • Every day, 6:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) English/Español/Other languages available 

    •  Eldercare Locator Helpline: 1-800-677-1116 

    • Victim Connect Hotline: 1-855-4VICTIM (1-855484-2846) 

 

 

More resources:

 

 

SCHOOL CLOSINGS – Food and Academic Services:   

 

 

 

RELIEF FOR HOMEOWNERS & RENTERS:

 

Freddie Mac is working to ensure families impacted by the coronavirus have options that will help them stay in their homes during this challenging time. - https://www.fhfa.gov/Homeownersbuyer/MortgageAssistance/Pages/Coronavirus-Assistance-Information.aspx

Relief for Homeowners

We recently announced several relief options for families who have a hardship related to COVID-19 and are having difficulty paying their mortgage. These options for borrowers living in Freddie-Mac-owned homes include providing mortgage forbearance, halting all foreclosure sales and evictions, offering loan modification options, and waiving assessments of penalties and late fees. Additional details about these options and other resources may be found here

To seek relief, those borrowers should first contact their loan servicer (the company that sends the monthly mortgage payment statement) to review and access these options. You can determine if your loan is owned by Freddie Mac using our loan lookup tool, available here: https://www3.freddiemac.com/loanlookup/. If you have trouble getting in touch with your servicer you can contact 1-800-FREDDIE for help.

We are also offering additional flexibilities for those who are in the process of purchasing or refinancing a home, including temporary changes to our appraisal and income verification requirements.

Relief for Multifamily Borrowers and Renters

Relief from eviction, as provided by the federal CARES Act, is now available to renters living in properties with federally-backed mortgage loans for a period of 120 days beginning on March 27, 2020. 

Freddie Mac is also providing its Multifamily borrowers the option to defer their loan payments, provided they are current on all payments as of February 1, 2020, and can show hardship as a consequence of COVID-19. In turn, Freddie Mac is prohibiting landlords of properties whose owners are granted deferrals from instituting or pursuing the eviction of any tenant based solely on non-payment of rent due to a COVID-19 related reason during the deferral period. Families in this situation may contact their landlord for additional information. Freddie Mac’s press release about this plan may be found here

 Please contact our Congressional Relations team at Congressional_Inquiries@freddiemac.com should your office have any additional questions or we can be of any assistance during these difficult times. 

  • Wayne County has a moratorium on tax foreclosures for the year

  • Gov. Whitmer has halted all evictions throughout the state - for Detroit housing help see here!!

  • 36th district court has also halted evictions through April 30th. See info here.

  • CARES Act protects against evictions and foreclosures in federally backed housing. General housing protection info here

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION/STUDENT LOANS

 

Your payments will automatically stop from March 13, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2020. (if not stopped, money will be refunded)

To provide relief to student loan borrowers during the COVID-19 national emergency, federal student loan borrowers are automatically being placed in an administrative forbearance, which allows you to temporarily stop making your monthly loan payment. This suspension of payments will last until Sept. 30, 2020, but you can still make payments if you choose. Read the borrower Q&As below to learn more.

More info here - https://studentaid.gov/announcements-events/coronavirus#zero-interest-questions

 

TRANSPORTATION

  • Detroit Metro Lift ParaTransit for Disabled Individuals:

To sign up for services - 313-933-1300

To schedule a ride once approved- 313-208-7363

  • Detroit Buses will be free of charge during the COVID-19 outbreak. Unions have negotiated with the City to ensure that safety and cleanliness precautions are implemented for the safety of drivers and riders. Drivers will have gloves and wipes. Riders will enter and exit through the back door. The seat behind the driver will remain vacant.

  • Matrix is giving free/low cost rides to people over 55, to grocery stores, pharmacies. See info here.

 

PARENT RESOURCES:

PBS Resources for families with children:

    A new PBS KIDS for Parents daily newsletter offers educational videos, games and related offline activities to help keep kids playing and learning while school is closed.  

    PBS KIDS has refreshed the “When Something Scary Happens” collection from Daniel Tiger and Arthur, helping children cope with worried feelings.

 

 

 

SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT:

Small Business Administration (SBA)

  • Economic Injury Loan

    • Businesses are encouraged to start collecting the information they’ll need to complete and submit their application. Examples of information needed can be found here. For additional information or to obtain help preparing the loan application in advance of the declaration, small businesses should contact the Michigan SBA offices in Detroit or Grand Rapids.

    • Loan terms: 3.75% interest rates for businesses, 2.75% for non-profits, 1 year deferred payment, upto 2 million dollars in loan, 30 year term. Loan response is typically 2-3 weeks. 

      • Important documents needed to apply are:

        • Loan Application, Form 5

        • Current Year Tax Return

        • Signed, 4506-T

        • Personal Financial Statement 

        • Scheduled Liability

Please note: Nonprofits are eligible to apply (churches, religious institutions or non-profits are not eligible. 

 

  •  Wayne County Economic Development Corporation at 313-224-0756

  • SBA Michigan District Office 477 Michigan Avenue Suite 1819, McNamara Building, Detroit, MI Phone: 313-226-6075
  • Techtown Emergency Small Business Grants in Detroit - for more info click here (applications closed)

    • Grants up to $5,000

    • Eligibility criteria for business applicants:

    • The business owner’s personal income must be low- or moderate-income (≤80% of the Area Median Income).

    • The business must have 10 employees or less.

    • The business must have a physical establishment.

    •  The business must have experienced a loss of income due to COVID-19.

    • Small businesses with low-income owners located in neighborhoods at high risk for displacement will be prioritized.

    • Grants may be used to cover the day-to-day operating expenses of the business, such as payroll or losses due to destabilizing events.

 

  • TCF Small Business Loan Relief Fund:

https://www.tcfbank.com/about-tcf/waynecounty

 

 

Additional Business Resources: 

Families First Act Small Business Response

        Michigan Small Business Resources & Support

        SBA Offices

        Detroit Carryout

Detroit at Work HR Support, Detroit Businesses can call Nicole at (313)319-5831 or email support@everythinghrfs.net if they need assistance in filling out paperwork for temporary leave for employees

       

        State of Michigan 1 pager - Guidance to Employers

        Resource Guide for Michigan Businesses - Stevens Office

 

    Worker Resources by Industry:

    Restaurant Worker Relief

    Restaurant & Uber/Lyft Driver Relief

    Restaurant Strong Fund

    Bartender Emergency Assistance Program

Restaurant Employee Relief Fund

    Freelancer & Gig Workers Resources - Artists, Musicians etc.

    Musician Resources

    Freelancer Relief Fund

    Professional Beauty Assoc. - barbers, nail techs etc.

    Abea Foundation: Beauty Professionals of Color Fund

    **If family member is sick, you don’t have to work per Gov. E.O. - https://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/MIEOG/2020/04/03/file_attachments/1418576/EO%202020-36.pdf

 

 

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICES

  • The due date for 2019 federal income tax returns is extended from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020

  • Taxpayers can also defer federal income tax payments due on April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020, without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed

  • This deferment applies to all taxpayers, including individuals, trusts and estates, corporations and other non-corporate tax filers as well as those who pay self-employment tax

  • Taxpayers do not need to file any additional forms or call the IRS to qualify for this automatic federal tax filing and payment relief

  • Individual taxpayers who need additional time to file beyond the July 15 deadline, can request a filing extension by filing Form 4868 through their tax professional, tax software or using the Free File link on IRS.gov

  • Find additional updates here: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus

 

Accounting Aid info here - free online filing services and a help hotline

Turbo tax form to give IRS mailing address & Direct Deposit, if you don’t need to file taxes b/c of income

 

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

michigan.gov/UIA or call 866-500-0017 

 

  • See below step-by-step guide for filing.

https://www.michigan.gov/documents/uia/160_-_Claiming_UI_Benefit_In_Michigan_-_Jan2014_444213_7.pdf

    • extended unemployment benefits include up to 39 weeks. If residents believe they may be eligible for unemployment assistance, APPLY!

    • Governor Whitmer Orders Temporary Expansions in Unemployment Eligibility and Cost-Sharing 

      • These newly eligible individuals include self-employed workers, independent contractors, low-wage workers, gig workers, and those with a limited work history.

      • The eligibility window to apply has also been increased from 14 to 28 days from the date of their work stoppage.

      • These workers do not need to reapply and those about to apply do not need to take additional steps and should file as usual. If a worker’s application has previously been denied by the UIA in the past three weeks there is no need for them to reapply at this time. They will be notified by the agency with any additional action that may need to be taken. 

      • The order:  Suspends the requirement for an individual seeking unemployment to request a registration and work search waiver from their employer;   

      • Allows anyone with an active unemployment claim to receive up to a six-week benefit extension.  

      • Expands cost-sharing with employers. Any benefit paid to a claimant that is laid off or placed on a leave of absence will not be charged to the employer’s accounts, but instead will be pooled and assumed by the Nonchargeable Benefits Component of employer accounts. Employers who unlawfully misclassify their workers and have underpaid their unemployment tax do not get the benefit of this enhanced cost-sharing.  

4/8/20: from Jessica: $600 payments should start going out this week. They will be retroactive and no action is needed for those that have already applied.

Residents that filed already who didn’t qualify before should not reapply or appeal. UIA will do an automatic sweep of all denials once the internal system is finalized to begin processing the newly eligible folks (IT internal stuff should be finalized within days)

New Filing Schedule:

Online Filing Schedule - Michigan.gov/UIA. Workers are encouraged to go online during off-peak times between 8PM-8AM

  • Last names beginning with letters A-L are asked to file claims on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays.

  • Last names beginning with letters M-Z are asked to file claims on Sundays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays.

  • Saturdays will be available for anyone to accommodate those who could not file during their allotted window. 

Call Center Filing Schedule - 866-500-0017:

  • Last names beginning with letters A-L are asked to call on Mondays and Wednesdays between 8:00am – 5:00pm.

  • Last names beginning with letters M-Z are asked to call on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 8:00am – 5:00pm.

  • Fridays (8:00am – 5:00pm) will be available for anyone to accommodate those who could not file during their allotted window. 

Department of Labor FAQ 

CHILDCARE

Governor Whitmer executed an executive order to allow expedited provisional licenses to expand capacity for child care services. It also allows employers, like hospitals, to operate a disaster relief child care center for their employees. Finally, it allows both public and nonpublic school facilities to be utilized for the purposes of maintaining a disaster relief child care center focused on providing services for members of the essential workforce.  

Intermediate school districts, the Early Childhood Investment Corporation, and Michigan 2-1-1 are working together to mobilize and coordinate these efforts. If you are a member of the essential workforce, go to www.helpmegrow-mi.org/essential and your information will be routed to someone in your community who can help you find care. 

 

SUICIDE HOTLINE

1-800-273-8255

 

DOMESTIC ABUSE SUPPORT DURING COVID

National Domestic Hotline 1-800-799-7233 or TTY1-800-787-3224

Call Wayne County SAFE (Sexual Assault) at 313-964-9701.

Call SASHA Center if in crisis at 1-800-656-4673.

 

 

SNAP Benefits

work and work training requirements are suspended during the crisis, which our residents might ask about

If a grocery retailer does online ordering with in-store / curbside pickup, that’s allowed because the recipient still swipes their card in person at pickup.

Paying online with the groceries delivered is only allowed in a few test states, and the Ag staffer thinks making that nationally available would still take a few months to make operational, so not a good immediate response.

Everyone will receive the maximum amount of benefits for food stamps for March & April (no need to reapply, it will be credited to your card) - $194 1 person, $355 2 ppl, $509 3 ppl etc.

WIC Flexibilities

Tonight USDA provided the attached template for states to use for WIC flexibilities under Section 2203 and Section 2204 of H.R. 6201.

 

Section 2203 of H.R. 6201 allows states to waive the physical presence requirements for WIC during any portion of the emergency period through September 30, 2020.  The approval to waive the physical presence requirement includes the ability to defer anthropomorphic and bloodwork requirements necessary to determine nutritional risk for the period the physical presence waiver is in effect per 42 U.S.C. 2203(a)(1)(B). 

 

Sections 2204 of H.R. 6201 allows states to request to waive the supplemental food substitutions requirements set forth in 42 U.S.C. 1786(f)(11)(C)(ii). The approval to waive the requirement to adhere to the participant’s specific supplemental food package includes the ability to substitute unavailable WIC supplemental foods for different foods.

 

Further, Section 2204 allows states to waive the minimum stocking requirements set forth in 42 CFR 246.12(g)(3)(i). The approval to waive the minimum stocking requirements will include a waiver of onsite pre-authorization visits to check minimum stocking requirements.

 

SOCIAL SECURITY 

Effective March 17, 2020, Social Security Offices Will Only Offer Phone Service

All local Social Security offices will be closed to the public for in-person service starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020.  online services remain available at www.socialsecurity.gov.  Local offices will also continue to provide critical services over the phone.   

www.socialsecurity.gov/onlineservices.   

1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778). 

field office locator 

https://www.ssa.gov/coronavirus/

 

 

FCC CONSUMER COMPLAINT

Consumer Complaints:

Online: https://consumercomplaints.fcc.gov

Phone: (888) 225-5322

TTY: (888) 835-5322

Videophone: 1-844-432-2275

 

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL/State Department  (Reference guide in eamil)

The State Department’s Repatriation Task Force is now in operation.  The best contact for congressional constituent inquiries is CoronavirusCongressionalUSC@state.gov  . (202) 485-1687.

 

State has indicated to us that, when reaching out to the Task Force at that email, Congressional offices should continue to cc the relevant embassy-specific email addresses for country-specific queries (linked to here).

Included below are links to the Federal Register Notices (FRN) announcing temporary travel restrictions between the U.S. and Canada and the U.S. and Mexico.  We are hopeful that the FRNs will help you address a majority of the constituent inquiries your offices are currently receiving.  Please share these links with fellow district office staff members.  We have attempted to include representatives from all northern and southern border states on this e-mail distribution list, but offices and or staff may have been inadvertently missed. 

  

https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.federalregister.gov/2020-06217.pdf

https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.federalregister.gov/2020-06253.pdf

 

Additional Resources for Congressional Offices and Constituents: 

CDC Materials for Incoming Travelers from High-Risk Countries

State Department Capabilities in a Crisis

Country-Specific Information/Health Alerts

Embassy-Specific COVID-19 Information

Reducing Stigma

CDC’s Travel Website

STATE DEPARTMENT CONSULAR AFFAIRS 24/7 EMERGENCY HOTLINE

  • Callers located in U.S. and Canada: 1-888-407-4747

  • Callers located overseas: 1-202-501-4444

FOR RESIDENTS STRANDED ABROAD email:  CoronaVirusCongressionalUSC@state.gov 

IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY RESOURCES

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qntCUGNsuQ__zjQidmv6kN4mFEz7M-fEy1L3RxWAh2g/edit?fbclid=IwAR2seJyFuCwNkix6vqMLdX4aeLdsd09x81fCS3u14IHivMFTgMVHf9PJLPg

 

Healthcare for immigrant families by Michigan County: http://www.fcomi.org/find-a-clinic.html#W

 

Public Charge and COVID: All testing, treatment, and preventative care for COVID will NOT be a part of public charge. - https://www.uscis.gov/greencard/public-charge

More info on benefits & public charge here - https://protectingimmigrantfamilies.org/immigrant-eligibility-for-public-programs-during-covid-19/

General info on Public Charge - https://protectingimmigrantfamilies.org/know-your-rights/

 

CENSUS

Remind residents the census is live! They can fill it out online, via paper form or via phone. Until further notice, Census field operations will be suspended.  

 

 

UTILITY ASSISTANCE:

Home energy assistance

  • Be Proactive - Contact your utility company as soon as you know you will be unable to pay your bill on time.

  • Call 2-1-1 or click on www.mi211.org to learn about agencies in your county that may assist with your energy bill.

  • State Emergency Relief (SER) may help low-income households pay part of their heating or electric bills, assist in keeping utilities in service, or have service restored. The program is available year-round. Call your local Department of Health and Human Services office for information or apply on MI Bridges. Households must apply for SER assistance prior to receiving any Michigan Energy Assistance Program services.

  • The Michigan Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) works with households to provide supplemental bill payment assistance and self-sufficiency services to low-income residents statewide. At the time of SER application, applicants will be able to choose a MEAP provider to work with. A list of organizations that deliver MEAP services can be found on the MPSC’s website. MEAP grantees are all community partners with MDHHS and can help applicants to navigate the MDHHS application process.

  • Connect with an MDHHS community partner to help work through the process of applying for assistance.

  • Home Heating Credit qualified persons may receive a credit to help pay winter heating bills. Apply for a Home Heating Credit if you are low-income or receive public assistance or unemployment compensation. Eligible customers must meet guidelines based on household income, exemptions and heating costs. You must apply by Sept. 30 each year. The application form (MI-1040CR-7) can be requested from the Michigan Department of Treasury at 517-636-4486, or visit website at www.michigan.gov/treasury.

THAW is giving up to $500 for utilities to essential workers. Application here. More info here.

 

 

WATER SHUTOFF?  

Are you a Detroit Resident? If your water is off due to payment, you can have it turned on during the virus crisis.  Call Wayne Metro at 313-386-9727.  The State will pay $25 to turn it on, and you would pay $25 per month during the crisis.  (Back balances remain unpaid.)  NEED TO FLUSH SYSTEM:  If your water has been off for a while you’ll need to run your faucets until the water becomes clear again. 

 

If you have problems getting your water on, call Michigan Welfare Rights Organization:  313-964-0618, or We The People, 1-844-429-2837. 

 

If residents are experiencing water shutoffs outside of Detroit please have them contact our office and we will follow-up with the city directly. 

 

DTE SHUT OFF?   DTE now has a COVID-19 Payment Assistance plan which allows customers to: ✔Restore services with No or Low down-payment, ✔Request a 30-day collection hold on your account to avoid shutoff.  Call 1-800-477-4747.  

 

UPDATES FROM STATE OF MICHIGAN

https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98178_98737---,00.html

      • Violating the executive order, which ends April 13, is punishable by a misdemeanor, $500 fine and up to 90 days in jail. Anyone can report violations to the Michigan Attorney General's consumer complaint hotline at (877) 765-8388 or online ­at www.michigan.gov/agcomplaints.

 

  • CDC: Center for Disease Control: coronavirus.gov 

 

Attorney General Nessel and MDHHS are warning Michiganders about scams related to coronavirus. The FTC suggest to avoid scammers that you:

    • Don’t click on links from sources you don’t know;

    • Watch for emails claiming to be from the CDC or emails from “experts” claiming to have information;

    • Ignore online offers for vaccinations; and

    • Be alert to “investment opportunities.”

  • Report price gouging to AG office at 1-877-765-8388

    • mi.gov/agcomplaints to submit a complaint online

PPE Procurement: (can share with residents)

Large corporations or individuals who want to DONATE (in-kind services, manpower etc.) can contact Ghida DagherG@michigan.gov  (EOG POC).          

 

Businesses who want to SELL protective gear listed above, please email dtmb-vendoremergency@michigan.gov.

 

All other businesses needs related to PROCUREMENT and or SUPPLIER CAPABILITIES, please direct them to https://pmbc.connect.space/covid19/forms.

 

Businesses who are asking how they can help with PROVIDING SPACE like warehouse space or hotels for self-quarantining or makeshift hospitals, camp group, etc. contact Elizabeth Hertel hertele@michigan.gov.

 

 

 

RESOURCES PREPARED BY SENATE DEMOCRATS

Summary of the Bill, prepared by Senate Democrats

Section-by-Section Summary of the Bill, prepared by Senate Democrats

Frequently Asked Questions on the Bill, prepared by Senate Democrats

Summary of the Bill’s $340 Billion in Emergency Appropriations, prepared by Democratic staff of the Senate Appropriations Committee

RESOURCES PREPARED BY HOUSE COMMITTEES

Below are some of the materials that have been prepared by House Committees.

Fact Sheets prepared by the Ways and Means Committee

Fact Sheet and FAQ on the Bill’s Unemployment Compensation Provisions

FAQ on the Bill’s Rebates (Direct Cash Payments to Americans)

Explainer on How The Bill’s Rebates Work in Terms of Social Security

Fact Sheet prepared by the House Small Business Committee

Fact Sheet on the Bill’s Small Business Provisions 

Press Release prepared by the Oversight and Government Reform Committee

Overview of the Bill’s Oversight and Accountability Provisions

Fact Sheet prepared by the Financial Services Committee

Fact Sheet on Financial Services Priorities Included in the Bill 

Fact Sheet prepared by the House Appropriations Committee

Fact Sheet on Some of the Key Emergency Appropriations in the Bill

OTHER RESOURCES

State-by-State Information on the Bill prepared by the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities

State-by State Information on the Bill prepared by the Tax Foundation