The Overlooked and Obscure in the CARES Act

Well, we finally have the final FINAL final version of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which has been passed by the Senate and House. Policymakers and pundits have already poured over its 880 pages, mainly analyzing the major provisions illustrated by the Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA) here. But there’s far more to this $2.2 trillion bill than “recovery rebates” to individuals and families and small business loans. Here are some of the major and minor provisions you may have overlooked:

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Surprise Billing Resources

Millions of Americans have received surprise medical bills in the mail weeks, or even months, after receiving emergency services at in-network facilities. Policymakers correctly sense that they must act to prevent this pressing issue. But, some lawmakers insist on using federal fiat to impose rate-setting on America’s medical providers. 

Coronavirus Resource Center

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is a global health emergency.  Elected and non-elected officials from around the world will be responding to the crisis with many ideas including direct and indirect bailouts.  TPA is writing and compiling a list of resources and ideas on how to deal with the crisis while protecting taxpayers and consumers. 

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1/8. If Cuomo bans cigarettes, it would be one of the most irresponsible reactions to the #COVID19 crisis seen yet. Prohibition is a terrible idea at the best of times, but in a pandemic, it's especially insane. https://buffalochronicle.com/2020/03/27/cuomo-considers-banning-cigarette-sales-for-six-weeks-amid-coronavirus-outbreak/?fbclid=IwAR33B7fxGnzUqXy2R4NrMs4OJv6BZdWv9884UHeyqB6tlns-RSyKd72pn7Y

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