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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
  Rep. Loudermilk on WBHF with Alan Sanders
   Interview Date: Saturday, March 28, 2020  

  Press Release of the Week: Georgia's 11th Congressional District Art Competition Winners Announced
  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement to announce the 2020 Art Competition winners for Georgia’s 11th Congressional District. Vincent Zheng, who attends SKA Academy of Art and Design and Creekview High School, won First Place for his entry entitled, “Living With The Land."

“The Congressional Art Competition is always a great opportunity for students across Georgia’s 11th Congressional District to compete for their artwork to be displayed in the U.S. Capitol. All of the artwork entered and displayed this year at the Downtown Gallery was beautiful and unique. The students definitely left the judges a difficult decision to make. I want to thank the all of the schools who participated from across our district, and the many students who made this year’s competition truly remarkable."

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  Business Brief: Rep. Loudermilk: Guidance and Application Forms Now Available for PPP
Dear Small Business Owner,

The anticipated Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) guidance and application forms are now available from the Small Business Administration (SBA). Applications are being accepted as of today, and many private sector financial institutions are helping to process them.

SBA Guidance

SBA Lender Application Form

SBA Borrower Application Form

The Paycheck Protection Program was created under the CARES Act stimulus package passed last week. This $350 billion program is designed to provide immediate cash-flow to small businesses impacted by the current health crisis.

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  In the News: Georgia Gov. Kemp signs shelter in place order
Effective beginning Friday, April 3rd, at 6:00 PM and expire Monday, April 13th, at 11:59 PM.

From WJBF:

"Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has signed the executive order for residents to shelter in place at home in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Residents are ordered to stay at home, taking every possible precaution to limit social interaction and prevent the spread of the virus. 

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  In the News: Cobb Chamber is offering free webinars for business leaders
  From the Marietta Daily Journal:

"One the speakers during the chamber’s program, U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Cassville, reviewed the recent federal legislation, saying that lawmakers will likely revisit details of the $2.2 trillion economic rescue package President Trump signed on Friday, but it's mostly focused on small businesses. He was optimistic about the country facing the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic challenges.

'America is strong. We're in better conditions to weather this storm than ever in history," Loudermilk said. "Communities are what are going to pull us through.' " 

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  Visit Rep. Loudermilk's New Page on Coronavirus  

Visit Rep. Loudermilk's New Page on the CARES Act

Graphic of the Week: Raising Awareness for Autism

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