When it comes to problem-solving in Congress, I will leave no stone unturned. That means working together with those you may disagree with, finding common ground, and producing common sense solutions to the everyday issues that Americans face. I’m happy to announce that Congressman Chip Roy and I have done just that.
Last week we introduced the bipartisan Paycheck Protection and Flexibility Act to the House – legislation aimed at expanding the accessibility and benefits of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). While PPP has helped millions of small businesses weather the storm, millions more have been left on the outside looking in. Every small business in America – from food trucks to four-star restaurants – must have the same access to relief, and every member of Congress – on the right and left – should come together and make it so.