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Industries such as communications equipment, agricultural and construction machinery hit hard in June due to virus, report says.
State officials defended their participation in the program, noting they followed all of the rules and used the money as it was intended.
Minnesota delegation disagrees on size and scope of new aid, showing the scope of partisan fight taking place nationally.
U.S. House report recounts dozens of cases of consumers denied coverage for medical conditions with policies pushed as alternative to ACA.
The forgivable loans from the federal Paycheck Protection Program can mean "the difference between a not-very-good year and a disastrous year," a brewery leader says.
South Metro Dance Academy, like other person-to-person businesses, has been shattered by COVID-19
Right now, only a few specific ones have been banned or limited in use.
President Trump's order called shortsighted, draws opposition.
He is seeking broad national police accountability reforms, including standards that would outlaw chokeholds or neck restraints like the one that cost George Floyd his life at the hands of Minneapolis police.
Factors such as existing cash reserves and credit lines played a role, but so did luck. Companies generally responded quickly to pandemic-forced disruptions in the economy, but the costs of COVID-19 have not spread equally.