Wichita, Kansas 2021-05-04 21:34:22 –
Topeka (KSNT) — Senate Kansas discussed a bill on Tuesday that would bring relief to a pandemic-ravaged SME.
SMEs were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Some had to shut down due to local orders after Governor Laura Kelly declared a state of emergency.
Congressman is considering House Bill 286Hope to provide federal funding to affected companies and help Kansas still struggle financially.
Senator Caryn Tyson of R-Parker said:
The bill was later introduced Wichita’s gym owner He sued the state when he was forced to close last year. It will secure $ 100 million in federal coronavirus bailouts to help businesses forced to shut down.
The bill also requires that certain counties establish and manage the county’s COVID-19 Business Relief Fund, and that certain cities establish and manage the city’s COVID-19 Business Relief Fund.
However, some cite the governor’s words to argue that there is already state effort to bring bailouts to SMEs. spark Task force. Senate minority leader Dyna Sykes, D-Renexa, said the bill would take local control over how to disperse the coveted federal bailout.
“They want to have access to their dollars and use them as they see fit,” Sykes said.
This is one of several suggestions to support the struggling business that has been considered by lawmakers.
another building We provide property tax refunds to companies affected by the pandemic.
To see the Senate discussion click here..
For more information on House Bill 286, click here..
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