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Millions of People Demand Congressional Action on COVID-19 Relief

Centering community and place Aligning finance with people and planet

“It is unconscionable that Congress has failed to provide relief to the people of the United States for months, while continuing to roll out corporate bailouts programs. Our essential workers deserve access to PPE, we need our Postal Service now more than ever to help us deliver a fair election, and nobody should endure their utilities being shut off or experience eviction amidst a deadly pandemic. We need Congress to act and provide the support workers and families desperately need the moment Congress is back in session.” - Johanna Bozuwa (she/her), Climate & Energy Program Co-Manager, The Democracy Collaborative

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Publication date: 2020-09-14
Publisher: Common Dreams
Publication URL: Millions of People Demand Congressional Action on COVID-19 Relief

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