WASHINGTON - The U.S. Treasury Department today released the borrower application for the newly created Paycheck Protection loan program designed to help small businesses maintain payroll during the COVID-19 pandemic. The program was created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Donald Trump on March 27.
WASHINGTON - Congressman Kelly Armstrong's bipartisan legislation to streamline federal infrastructure permitting was included in a package of over 100 proposals to reform the federal government today.
The Social Security Administration recently issued a warning about the growing volume and success of scam calls. These calls pretend to be from Social Security and attempt to obtain your personal information or money. The best way to protect yourself from losing your personal information, your money - or both - is to be aware of the scammer’s tactics.
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WASHINGTON - Congressman Kelly Armstrong joined a bipartisan letter urging federal authorities to do what they can to ensure the continued supply of propane to the Midwest. The letter was led by Congressman Collin Peterson, chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, and signed by over 30 Representatives.
Sen. John Hoeven, Sen. Kevin Cramer, and Congressman Kelly Armstrong expressed their strong support for North Dakota's request for a secretarial disaster designation on Friday. Click here to view the letter to USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue.
Unprecedented September rain and an early October snowstorm have combined to give North Dakota farmers a terrible harvest season. That’s why Congressman Kelly Armstrong joined with Sen. John Hoeven and Sen. Kevin Cramer in urging USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue to approve the state of North Dakota’s request for an agriculture disaster designation.
FARGO, N.D. - The U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting nominations for its 2020 National Small Business Week Awards, including the annual Small Business Person of the Year.
This op-ed ran in The Washington Times's ENERGY 2019 Special Section on September 10, 2019. Click here to read it on The Times' site.