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.
“Business owners across the country are lamenting that people are not coming back to their jobs, even when offered. For small businesses able to survive the quarantine, more will need to be done to get their workers off welfare and back in the workforce” https://t.co/vwCXvP74OQ
— The FGA (@TheFGA) May 27, 2020
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