“Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act” allocates nearly $500 Billion
Congressman King invites 4th District Students to submit mailed/electronic entries by May 25
“I request that you examine the current structure of the beef meat packing industry and investigate potential market and price manipulation, collusion, restrictions on competition and/or other unfair and deceptive practices under the United States antitrust laws and the Packers and Stockyards Act.”
Washington DC- Congressman Steve King is releasing the text of a COVID-19 themed op-ed he has written from his home-office in Kiron, Iowa in order to make it widely available for publication by news outlets that wish to reproduce the work.
In recent weeks, the news has been grim. Mandatory shutdowns have closed off vast swaths of the nation’s economy, leaving many people at home to worry about their next paycheck and whether they will be able to pay their bills. People are being encouraged to wear masks in public because of the threat of infection that even routine tasks like going to the local grocery store may carry.
Biofuel Caucus letter: COVID-19 “Stay at home” orders are hurting ethanol production and weakening markets by discouraging travel and reducing demand
On phone call with Northey, King requests USDA resources be quickly allocated to producers in the wake of mounting losses
New features allow visitors to steveking.house.gov to quickly access agency-specific information
Letter to Secretary Perdue requests USDA resources be provided to “facilitate the stabilization of farm and ranch income to producers” in the wake of market volatility related to COVID-19
Friends, as we work to defeat the spread of the "invisible enemy" of the Wuhan Virus/COVID-19, it is important that we keep proper perspective about ongoing events. This column by Ron Maxwell (reposted here with the author's permission) reminds us that Americans are a great people, with a history of examples that can serve as reminders to us of our ability to overcome great difficulties.