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Strickland Demands Accountability from Small Business Administration on Disaster Loans
Washington, June 16, 2022
Tags: Small Business
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland (WA-10) sent a bipartisan letter demanding accountability from the Small Business Administration on how they have been processing Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) applications. She was joined by 70 of her colleagues, including three Republicans.
Salud Carbajal, Troy Carter, Ed Case, David Cicilline, Yvette Clarke, J. Correa, Jim Costa, Angie Craig, Charlie Crist, Madeleine Dean, Suzan DelBene, Anna Eshoo, Adriano Espaillat, Brian Fitzpatrick, Jesús García, Sylvia Garcia, Josh Gottheimer, Raúl Grijalva, Jamie Herrera Beutler, Pramila Jayapal, Henry Johnson, Ro Khanna, Daniel Kildee, Derek Kilmer, Ron Kind, Ann Kirkpatrick, Ann Kuster, James Langevin, Al Lawson, Barbara Lee, Susie Lee, Mike Levin, Alan Lowenthal, Elaine Luria, Carolyn Maloney, Doris Matsui, James McGovern, Gregory Meeks, Joe Neguse, Eleanor Norton, Tom O’Halleran, Ilhan Omar, Frank Pallone, Donald Payne Jr., Stacey Plaskett, Mark Pocan, Katie Porter, Jamie Raskin, Deborah Ross, Linda Sánchez, Adam Schiff, Kim Schrier, David Scott, Elissa Slotkin, Adam Smith, Greg Stanton, Thomas Suozzi, Eric Swalwell, Mark Takano, Dina Titus, Rashida Tlaib, David Trone, and Jennifer Wexton.
Read the full release here.