A1: Above the Fold(ing) Opposition to the American Rescue Plan

March 25, 2021
Press Release
American Rescue Plan Relief Continues to Dominate Front Pages Across Republican Districts

The House passed the American Rescue Plan more than two weeks ago, but newspaper front pages across the country keep reminding voters that House Republicans voted unanimously against getting vaccines in arms, money in pockets, children back in school safely, and people back in jobs.  

Here are Wednesday’s front pages from Republican districts that celebrate the American Rescue Plan’s much needed relief:

AL-02, AL-03: Barry Moore, Mike Rogers

Eufala Tribune (syndicated): Alabama reviewing Medicaid expansion incentives

Moore

 

AK-AL: Don Young

Anchorage Daily News: Anchorage will get an estimated $100 million in new COVID-19 relief funds. Now officials must decide what to do with it.

Young

 

NE-01: Jeff Fortenberry

Lincoln Journal Star: Latest relief bill to provide $212M to Nebraska's colleges, universities

Fortenberry

 

NM-02: Yvette Herrell

Silver City Daily Press: County to receive $5M in stimulus funds

Herrell

 

 

OH-07: Bob Gibbs

Times-Reporter (syndicated): How will the child tax credit inside Biden's stimulus package affect rural Ohio?

Gibbs

 

OH-08: Warren Davidson

Journal-News: Butler County has $75 million in federal funds on the way: How to spend it?

Davidson

 

OH-14: Dave Joyce

Akron Beacon Journal: Nearly $100 million more for Akron schools expected through new stimulus funding

Joyce

 

TN-08: David Kustoff

Commercial Appeal: 'This could be our chance': Southern Black farmers react to American Rescue Plan stimulus

 

Kustoff

 

 

VA-06: Ben Cline

News & Advance: American Rescue Plan federal money helps boost Amherst County pay raises to 4%

Cline

 

WI-06: Glenn Grothman

The Reporter: Where will Fond du Lac spend its $14 million in COVID-19 relief? It's too early to tell, city manager says

Grothman