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Congressman Wittman Joins Effort to Replenish, Fix Restaurant Revitalization Fund
Utilizes $60 Billion of the $1 Trillion Left Unspent from Previous COVID-19 Relief
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, Congressman Rob Wittman (R-Va.) announced he has joined the Entrepreneurs Need Timely Replenishment for Eating Establishments (ENTRÉE) Act as a cosponsor. The ENTRÉE Act, introduced by Republican Ranking Member of the House Small Business Committee Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.), provides critically needed assistance to American restaurants working tirelessly to serve their employees and communities across the country.
“Restaurants continue to struggle as COVID-19 restrictions return to many parts of the country. House Republicans have consistently pushed for additional Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) funding to ensure restaurant owners weather the storm of COVID-19. Rather than recklessly appropriating additional money, and further contributing to the already exorbitant inflation rate, the ENTRÉE Act utilizes $60 billion of the approximately $1 trillion left unspent from previously appropriated COVID-19 relief packages,” said Congressman Wittman. “Through this bill, we responsibly maintain our commitment to small businesses and the families who depend upon them.”
Specifically, the ENTRÉE Act will: