CARES Act Flaw: Employees Reject Jobs in Favor of Payroll Protection Program Funds

by Dr. Susan Berry

The policy director of the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) wrote Tuesday that some business owners are having difficulty “reopening” their doors because their employees would rather collect funds through the Payroll Protection Program (PPP).

In a column at the Washington Examiner, Sam Adolphsen observed business owners he spoke to in Camden, Maine, said their employees were receiving nearly $1,000 a week for not working through the CARES Act’s PPP coronavirus relief measure.

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1 Response to CARES Act Flaw: Employees Reject Jobs in Favor of Payroll Protection Program Funds

  1. Joe Z says:

    You think these people would go back to work if their $1,000 per week government checks stopped? Ya think????? This is a real brain teaser that DemocRATs and some Republicrats just can’t seem to figure out.

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