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first_img Previous: Single-Family Rental Yields Drop in 2020 Next: Regulators Responding to Coronavirus Spread About Author: Mike Albanese Vote on COVID-19 Support Bill Delayed Sign up for DS News Daily March 12, 2020 1,620 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago  Print This Post in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News Bill Coronavirus Government 2020-03-12 Mike Albanese Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville. Tagged with: Bill Coronavirus Government The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days agocenter_img Work on the Democrat-proposed Families First Coronavirus Response Act continued Thursday afternoon as Democrat and Republican lawmakers attempted to reach a compromise.  Politico reports that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are working to reach a deal before Congress goes into a week-long recess. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), however, called the proposal an “ideological wish list.” McConnell also said Thursday that the Senate could cancel a planned recess and stay in session. ____Original story appears below.House Democrats Wednesday evening introduced a multi-billion-dollar bill in response to the COVID-19 outbreak that includes emergency provisions with paid sick leave, free testing, food aid, and unemployment insurance, according to Politico. The report states the House is expected to vote on the measure Thursday afternoon. Republicans and the White House are aware of the provisions in the bill, but Politico states they have not announced their position on the legislation. “The Families First Coronavirus Response Act is focused directly on providing support for America’s families, who must be our first priority in this emergency,” said Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in a statement. “We cannot fight coronavirus effectively unless everyone in our country who needs to be tested knows they can get their test free of charge.  We cannot slow the coronavirus outbreak when workers are stuck with the terrible choice between staying home to avoid spreading illness and the paycheck their family can’t afford to lose.”Rep. Bobby Scott (D-Virginia) said on Twitter Thursday morning that the Families First Coronavirus Response Act provides people with health coverage, food assistance, and financial support they need to cope with “widespread consequences” of COVID-19. “This bill reflects our responsibility to stand with the American people as we confront this crisis,” Scott said on social media. Politico added that the proposal came after President Donald Trump’s Oval Office Address Wednesday evening. The President announced several emergency measures, including a 30-day ban on foreign nationals entering the U.S. from many European countries. During his address, Trump called for a payroll tax to millions to help alleviate the economic issues the virus has caused. “Alarmingly, the president did not say how the administration will address the lack of coronavirus testing kits throughout the United States,” Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said in a joint statement late Wednesday.”Smart action today will prevent the spread of the virus tomorrow,” the President stated during his address. Insurance companies will also be waiving copayments on coronavirus treatments and extend payments for these treatments. President Trump also announced his plan for workers who will need to be staying home.”I will soon be taking emergency action, which is unprecedented, to provide financial relief,” President Trump said. “This will be targeted at workers who are ill, quarantined, or caring for others due to coronavirus.”President Trump is also instructing the small business administration to provide capital liquidity to affected firms, and he stated he will be asking Congress to increase funding for this program by an additional $50 billion.During an address at the Oval Office, President Trump said he does not support the proposed House bill because it has items that have “nothing to do” with the disease.FHFA Director Dr. Mark Calabria in a statement, “To meet the needs of borrowers who may be impacted by the coronavirus, last week Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac reminded mortgage servicers that hardship forbearance is an option for borrowers who are unable to make their monthly mortgage payment. For borrowers that may be experiencing a hardship, I encourage you to reach out to your servicer. The Enterprises and the Federal Home Loan Banks continue to provide support to the secondary mortgage market, and the UMBS market continues to operate at its normal level.”Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, sent letters to Administration officials, regulators, and credit reporting agencies expressing concerns about risks related to COVID-19 and the steps they are taking to prevent Americans and the financial system from being harmed.“While our federal regulators, agencies, and financial institutions must take action to protect consumers and our economy, I must emphasize that it is unacceptable to use this crisis as an excuse to justify rollbacks of important financial regulations that are in place to protect our financial system and economy,” Congresswoman Waters wrote in her letter. 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first_imgLog in with your social account Forgot Password ? Google “Documenting 75 years of resilience” is a series of special reports by The Jakarta Post to celebrate Indonesia’s Independence Day, August 17, 1945.Many Indonesians are still at a disadvantage in accessing health services, even as Indonesia celebrates its 75th year of independence this year.The poorest section of the population still has the highest percentage of people who do not get treatment when they are sick, leaving their health needs unmet, according to Statistics Indonesia (BPS).“This can be caused by various things, such as having no money to pay medical bills or transportation costs, having no means of transportation or because of the long waiting time for services [that makes it] hard for them to get treatment,” BPS said.A 2017 World Health Organization (WHO) and Health Ministry joint report found that the poorest have the lowest ba… #Indonesia75 Indonesia Independence-Day #IndependenceDay health #health Facebook Linkedin Topics : LOG INDon’t have an account? Register herelast_img read more

first_img Twitter With Brazil striker Neymar being struck down with mumps over the weekend, it had been thought Pedro would line up alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez up front in Barca’s starting line-up on Tuesday. However, coach Luis Enrique opted to leave the 28-year-old on the bench and start with Rafinha, and it was not until extra-time that Pedro was sent on. Pedro made a match-winning impact, though, scoring the deciding goal moments from the end as Barca claimed a dramatic win. Pedro said: “The truth is I had a good chance to play, especially since of what happened to Neymar, and it wasn’t to be. The coach has decided not to count on me. I don’t know, I don’t know if I will continue here. “I’m here now and I want to enjoy this title. “Manchester? Yes, there are nice challenges on all sides. Today I’m here, and I’m happy. And if I go I will go with my head held high having always given everything. These fans and this club are incredible.” Barca star Lionel Messi admits he is in the dark about his team-mate’s future, but says he will support whatever decision the forward makes. The Argentina playmaker said on www.uefa.com: “I’m thrilled that Pedro was the one to get the winning goal. Personally I don’t know what his decision will be but we’re all with him and we’ll back him. “We want the best for him given what he’s given the club – he deserves the best. I don’t know what he’ll decide but whatever he’ll have our support.” Barca boss Enrique, whose side have now won four trophies this year and remain on course to emulate the record-breaking feat of Pep Guardiola’s side in 2009 when they won all six titles available to them, was giving nothing away with regards Pedro’s future but explained his decision not to start the World Cup winner against Sevilla. He said: “A few days ago Pedro retired from training with an adductor muscle problem and you know about his current status, so I picked the man (Rafinha) I thought would be best in the circumstances and I would do the same again. “I understand why you’re interested in this matter but I’m not going to say any more about it.” Close Barcelona’s Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 Barcelona's Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 slide 1 of 1 Sevilla’s Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona Barcelona’s Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 Sevilla's Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona 1/1 Getty Images Pedro climbed off the bench to score the match-winning goal on Tuesday night as Barcelona saw off Primera Division rivals Sevilla 5-4 after extra-time in a thrilling Super Cup clash in Tbilisi. That came after Barca technical secretary Robert Fernandez was quoted as saying before the match that Pedro had told him he wanted to move on from the Nou Camp club. Whatsapp Close Facebook Barcelona’s Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 Sevilla’s Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona AP Whatsapp Twitter slide 1 of 1 Sevilla's Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona Manchester United target Pedro admits he does not know if the UEFA Super Cup will end up being his last match for Barcelona – but has denied saying he wants to leave the Catalan giants. Getty Images 1/1 Facebook Email Sevilla’s Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona AP The Spain winger has been heavily linked with a move to United as they look to replace Angel di Maria, who joined Paris St Germain for £44.3million last week. However, speaking afterwards, Pedro denied saying he wanted out and, while insisting he is happy at Barca, admits he does not know what the future holds for him. Asked if he wanted to go or not, the long-serving forward was quoted as saying by AS: “The answer is no. But it’s complicated for many things. “It’s not for money, as has been said – which is another lack of respect. It’s a question of continuity, of minutes. I’m an ambitious player. S tay or go, I will always be of this team. “I don’t know if it will be my last game for Barcelona. I only want to enjoy this title.” Regarding Fernandez’s claims, Pedro said: “There are many pros and cons about my situation. The comments of Robert Fernandez are unfair. He’s made some very unfortunate declarations. I’ve crossed two words with him and he doesn’t know what I’ve been through at the club to talk like that of me. “I know who I am and I will always be of Barca. Such people shouldn’t speak in this way.” Pedro added on Antena 3: ” I’ve not said what Robert’s said, or at least not how I said it. I’m calm, happy and I will always continue giving everything if I continue at this club.” Barcelona's Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. 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