Friday, June 5, 2020 10:41 AM EDT(updated every 5 minutes)
Trump to head to rural Maine as protests continue nationwide
Trump Forges Ahead with Maine Visit, Despite Warnings
Trump heads to rural Maine but won't escape demonstrators
Trump visits Maine: Protests will greet him, a Republican senator won't
Trump visits Maine: Protests will greet him, GOP Sen. Susan Collins won't
Friday, June 5: Latest developments on coronavirus in Michigan
Nearly $9 million has been awarded to help prevent COVID-19 among homeless individuals & families throughout Maine. This investment will help Maine’s state agencies & local governments as they continue to provide critical support during this difficult time
Great to see people headed back to work as states ease COVID-19 regulations. We still need to take precautions like wearing masks and social distancing, but we can slowly begin adjusting to a new normal.
Now we just need to get Congress back to work too!
Sadly, the homeless in our communities are at a much higher risk of contracting #COVIDー19.
Proud to announce Volusia County has received $1.9 million from the CARES Act to help homeless families and individuals in our community affected by coronavirus. https://t.co/icUtoU50Iv
RT @SenatorEnzi: The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for better federal budgeting. We had the financial tools to a…
Coronavirus Case Counts Are Meaningless* https://t.co/oPXzTFyCYN
Today I announced Colorado will receive $44 million to address homelessness and the coronavirus pandemic. #COVID19 has affected our entire country and we must ensure relief is reaching everyone in need. https://t.co/tG8vEmW0D2