Federal Resources

Federal Response Legislation Summaries

Congress and the Executive Branch have done much since early March to pass laws that support Americans during the coronavirus pandemic that has killed tens of thousands and left millions out of work. Below is our analysis on some of the work that's been done in Washington, D.C.

Action Alerts

Here are ways you can get involved and create a better future for Georgia's children:

Ensure Children Have Access to Meals

Ask your members of Congress to ensure Georgia’s children have access to meals through federal school food programs.

Support Afterschool Programs

Ask your members of Congress to support funding for K-12, afterschool, summer learning, and child care programs

Protect Healthcare for Georgia's Children

Ask your members of Congress to protect healthcare for children in need.

Ensure Adequate Funding for Child Welfare

Ask Georgia’s members of Congress to include children in and transitioning out of foster care in the financial support provided by any upcoming COVID-19 relief legislation.

Protect Housing and Unemployment Insurance to Georgia's Families

Call Georgia’s members of Congress to ask they help children and families by extending federal moratorium on foreclosures and evictions, and pandemic unemployment benefits.

Extend School Food Waivers for Georgia's Children

Call Georgia’s members of Congress to ask that they support granting the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) enhanced authority; which would allow for continued flexibility for feeding children through federal school food programs.

Vacant (District 5)

A special election to fill the late Rep. John Lewis’ seat will be held on September 29, 2020.

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