Trade org says Senate Democrats’ laws will present a lot wanted help to 1000’s of smaller film theaters
As Congress and the White House appear poised to undertake some form of COVID-19 aid invoice, the National Association of Theater Owners on Tuesday pushed for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s plan to supply much-needed help to struggling film theaters.
The HEROES Small Business Lifeline Act, co-written by Schumer with fellow Democratic senators Chris Coons, Jeanne Shaheen and Ben Cardin, extends the Paycheck Protection Plan created within the first spherical of aid laws via March 2021 and expands the Small Business Administration’s debt aid program for as much as a 12 months.
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