Enacted on March 27, the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act establishes three new relief resources for small business owners, administered by the US Small Business Administration (SBA).
This bill removes barriers to immediate care by granting certain health care professionals the authority to work at the top of their license, education and training to ensure that our health care system can meet the increased demand it’s currently seeing due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The editorial, featured on MassLive, details the senate’s newly formulated working group, which Senator Brownsberger is a member of.
The State House News Service reports on the formation of working groups in the House and Senate to address the diverse range of issues emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, via The Lowell Sun.
The New Boston Post reports on the senate’s automated enforcement debate.
Commonwealth Magazine reports on the state senate’s debate on An Act relative to automated enforcement, filed by Senator Brownsberger.