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Rep. Joe Cunningham joined a group of bipartisan lawmakers who want to vote on a COVID-19 aid package before the election.
In a letter sent to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, the group expressed their concerns about the status of a potential virus package to help Americans.
When pollsters recently surveyed people in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston, they found half of the households had experienced “serious financial problems” during the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown.
Representative Joe Cunningham and the Problem Solvers Caucus on Tuesday introduced bipartisan, bicameral framework to streamline negotiations regarding a COVID-19 relief package.
When Lucy Beckham High School (LBHS) opens its doors this fall, it will also be introducing a flagship program among high schools statewide. The U.S. Coast Guard’s first Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) pilot program in South Carolina will be a classroom option at the new high school.
In a rare show of unity among South Carolina’s congressional delegation, all nine members from both parties signed on to a letter Monday urging U.S. House and Senate leaders to invest in rural broadband expansion.
Rep. Joe Cunningham (SC-01) was recognized on Tuesday for his ongoing efforts to promote fiscal responsibility.
The lawmaker was dubbed a Fiscal Hero by the Campaign to Fix the Debt.
On Tuesday, President Trump signed Representative Joe Cunningham's Great American Outdoors Act into law.
Cunningham introduced bipartisan legislation in the House and passed with broad bipartisan support. The legislation permanently and fully funds the Land and Water Conservation Fund and addresses priority repair needs in our national parks and other land management agencies.
On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass H.R. 7617, which has major impacts on the Lowcountry regarding military bases, small businesses and clean energy.
Rep. Joe Cunningham Joe Cunningham was one of the co-sponsors of the Great American Outdoors Act, which will help fund conservation efforts throughout South Carolina and the nation.
Recently, it passed through the Senate and Wednesday evening, it passed through the House 310-107.
Charleston’s Coast Guard presence is growing because of major bills passed in Congress.