Republican Lawmakers Still May Not Want to Check Their Local News

March 15, 2021
Frontpages Across Republican Districts Tout Benefits of Bipartisan American Rescue Plan

Republicans in Congress may want to keep reading Dr. Seuss instead of their local newspapers.  The American Rescue Plan that they unanimously voted against is overwhelmingly popular and has earned praise from local outlets across the country for the help it’s bringing to their local communities.

Here are some of the many front pages from Sunday alone that highlighted the American Rescue Plan’s promise to deliver vaccines in arms, money in pockets, children back in school safely, and people back in jobs.

AK-AL: Don Young

Anchorage Daily News: Alaska will get a massive injection of money from the COVID-19 aid bill. Here’s where it’ll go.

Don Young


GA-11: Barry Loudermilk, Drew Ferguson

Atlanta Journal Constitution: Major aid for families in Rescue Act could slash Georgia poverty rate

Drew Ferguson


LA-04: Mike Johnson

Daily World: Federal COVID-19 relief could help Louisiana higher education avoid budget cuts this year

Mike Johnson


MD-01: Andy Harris

Sunday Star: Van Hollen: Biden pandemic program helps with child care conundrums

Andy Harris


NC-03: Gregory Murphy

Carteret County News Times: Carteret County, municipalities to receive funds from latest federal COVID relief package

Gregory Murphy


SC-01: Nancy Mace

Beaufort Gazette: The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus plan is law. What’s in it for South Carolina?

Nancy Mace


SC-02: Joe Wilson

Aiken Standard: Aiken County set to receive big influx of federal funds from $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package

Joe Wilson


TX-14: Randy Weber

Beaumont Enterprise (Syndicated): Stimulus Bill Transforms Options For State and Local Governments

Randy Weber