West Virginia MetroNews – A plan that “meets the moment” was what advocates for all kinds of issues in West Virginia, the organizations that make up the Food For All Coalition, said was needed out of the next COVID-19 pandemic stimulus package. Read full article here.
As of Friday, national reports indicated negotiations were stalled on Capitol Hill and President Donald Trump was considering executive actions to address some of the pending matters.
“I think our U.S. Senators (U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.)) are in a very key position to drive a package that sees to the needs of West Virginians,” said Seth DiStefano, policy outreach director for the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy.