“These have been unprecedented and challenging times. Delaware’s small businesses have shown resilience in navigating them,” Damian DeStefano, director of the Delaware Division of Small Business, said in a statement. “This program is a way to support them in continuing to serve their customers and help the state’s economy as a whole.” … [Read more...] about Applications Set To Open For Delaware COVID-19 Relief Fund
Funding to start a small business
Another thing Palin won’t be able to do with SarahPAC is employ her old Washington cronies. In 2002 HillPAC was already under scrutiny for how much money it spent on legal fees and salaries for old Clinton White House employees. Since the only cronies Palin takes along with her are pals from Wasilla, don’t expect her to spend much political capital maintaining those alliances. But she can solidify her base of support in her home state, the way Hillary did by creating HillPAC-NY to fight for Democratic causes. And, as a bonus, unlike Hillary, the Republican Palin won’t have to spend so much energy targeting one particular testy group of allies: the superdelegates. … [Read more...] about So Sarah Palin Started a Political Action Committee. What Does That Mean?
"For us, [support from Rally to Rebuild] translates to how we can keep our kids safe and families safe," Borden said. "We have a lot going on, but what our kids need doesn't stop. Making the investment in these kids is the most important thing if the sport is going to continue to grow. Making the investment in these kids is as impactful as it gets." … [Read more...] about Chris Evert works to jump-start tennis at Grand Slam, grass-roots level in pandemic’s wake
"Democratic lawmakers are pushing new bills that would let corporate lobbying organizations and dark money groups in Washington grab some of that dwindling PPP money for themselves before the cash gets to more mom-and-pop businesses teetering on the brink of bankruptcy," Sirota added. "Moreover, the legislation would knowingly help some politically connected industries effectively double dip on giant bailouts for themselves." … [Read more...] about Progressives raise alarm over letting lobbying groups access PPP funds
A number of sports leagues, teams and businesses owned by prominent athletes have received PPP loans, though some returned the money after that news was publicized. The loans may be forgiven if companies and nonprofits show that the money helped save jobs during the pandemic. … [Read more...] about NFL wide receiver charged in $24 million coronavirus loan scam by federal prosecutors