Katie Tuten and Robert Gomez, the co-chairs of CIVL write an Opinion piece published in Crain’s about the Restart Act.
“Businesses and workers in this sector benefit from one another, which means we also suffer with one another. Venues are interwoven into the fabric of their neighborhoods and communities for generations… Should these businesses remain shuttered much linger, many will close for good…
As both houses of Congress recess at the end of the month, we remind them of their constituents whose lives and livelihoods depend on the financial assistance the Restart Act would provide. We urge Congress to pass it and the president to sign it into law.”
Read the entire piece here.