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Exclusive: 16 Republican senators back new payroll assistance to US airlines - letter

Exclusive: 16 Republican senators back new payroll assistance to US airlines - letter

5/8/2020 9:46:00 PM

Exclusive: 16 Republican senators back new payroll assistance to US airlines - letter

A group of 16 Senate Republican s on Wednesday backed extending a US$25 billion payroll assistance program for U.S. airlines who have warned they ...

BusinessA group of 16 Senate Republicans on Wednesday backed extending a US$25 billion payroll assistance program for U.S. airlines who have warned they may be forced to cut tens of thousands of jobs after Sept. 30 without government action, according to a letter seen by Reuters.

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06 Aug 2020 02:30AMShare this contentBookmarkWASHINGTON: A group of 16 Senate Republicans on Wednesday backed extending a US$25 billion payroll assistance program for U.S. airlines who have warned they may be forced to cut tens of thousands of jobs after Sept. 30 without government action, according to a letter seen by Reuters. headtopics.com

The letter, which was led by Senator Cory Gardner, was signed by Senators Marco Rubio, Roger Wicker, James Inhofe, James Risch, John Cornyn, Todd Young, Susan Collins, Martha McSally and others. It's the first public disclosure of significant support in the Senate for additional emergency funding for U.S. airlines. The senators said they backed a new six-month extension of the US$25 billion payroll support program"to avoid furloughs and further support those workers."

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