FEMA stops funding of PPE for schools, public housing, election agencies, and courthouses

The Trump administration has announced that it would no longer fully fund personal protective equipment, or PPE, and other gear used in the fight against Covid-19.

Beginning September 15, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, stopped reimbursing states for the costs of PPE in non-emergency settings, including schools, public housing, election agencies and courthouses.

FEMA is still fully funding PPE for frontliners and first responders.

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    20 September 2020 at 1:23 pm - Reply

    GOP COVID Stimulus at $800 Billion funds, but, Nancy Pelosi wanted $3.5 Trillion, Senate said her request pork barrel has nothing to do with COVID. She wanted to BAIL OUT those DEMOCRAT bankrupt States, Cities, burned, destroyed caused by trained MARXIST BLM and ANTIFA in cahoots with Democrat Governor and Mayors. The GOP $800B breakdown; $105B for Schools, PPE, sanitizers, masks, etc. Eviction is suspended, Homeowners can file Rental assistance for not collecting rent to their Tennant, Passing of Liability Protection on business owner, $300/week for 13 weeks(PUA)Unemployment, $1,200 direct deposit STIMULUS money for each individual. NANCY PELOSI strategy is to FREEZED the STIMULUS BILL, the more American suffers hardship, more bankruptcy to come, economic recovery will slow down and the Democrat-controlled MEDIA will blame TRUMP for mismanagement.