The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) offers economic aid, such as small business loans and unemployment assistance, to self-employed individuals who traditionally have not been eligible
Monica Prahl Schulteis is a Director in the firm’s Government Law & Policy Practice, representing clients on a wide range of issues including health care, education, postal, energy, government oversight, homeland security, appropriations, small business, technology and taxation. Monica’s bipartisan approach allows her to effectively advocate for her clients in both chambers of Congress as well as within the Administration. She has worked closely with many key policymakers in several House and Senate Congressional committees, including: House Energy and Commerce; House Education and the Workforce and Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committees; House Ways and Means and Senate Finance Committee, House and Senate Appropriations Committees; Oversight and Government Reform and Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committees; and House and Senate Small Business Committees.
With close to 15 years of experience, Monica has assisted clients in developing and implementing legislative and political strategies. Her work encompassing working with coalitions comprised of various advocacy groups, businesses and societies to further clients’ legislative and policy goals.
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On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law the CARES Act (Senate Amendment to H.R. 748) following House passage via voice vote earlier in the day. The Senate unanimously
Third Relief Bill Expected in Coming Days
On March 6, President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, which provides $8.3 billion in emergency funding…
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