“We are unable to pinpoint our initial exposure, as we ... made the difficult decision to celebrate Christmas with just our own household this year,” Bonnen, who is retiring from the House, wrote on his Facebook page.
Prayers flooded Facebook earlier this month after word spread that a beloved local doctor was hospitalized in San Antonio with COVID-19.
The outgoing president described the groundbreaking legislation as “a disgrace” and suggested he would not immediately sign off on aid for millions of Americans.
The move comes after Congress passed a stimulus bill Monday extending the federal moratorium on evictions through the end of January. The moratorium order was set to expire at the end of the year.
The bill will reinstate supplemental unemployment benefits of $300 per week, and extend eviction protections through the end of January. The legislation also allocates another $284 billion to the Paycheck Protection Program.
Abbott has stressed that the vaccine will not be required for Texans, and on Monday, he specifically said it will not be mandatory for the state's school children.
We've selected some Texas Tribune columns from 2020 on the recession and the budget.
With the Food and Drug Administration approving emergency use of a COVID-19 vaccine made by Moderna on Friday it will be good news for Kerr County, according to Peterson Health’s top medical official
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