The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
S. 3548 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
Title-By-Title Summary Prepared By The Office Of Vice Chairman Leahy (D-Vt.)
The appropriations division of the Senate’s bipartisan coronavirus aid and economic relief agreement contains $330 billion in new funding to address the needs of the American people as we confront the coronavirus pandemic. The bill provides new resources to help strained state, local, and tribal governments as they combat this pandemic; support for hospitals and health care workers on the front lines of this public health crisis; funding to purchase personal protective equipment and much needed medical equipment; support for law enforcement, firefighters, and first responders; funding for scientists researching treatments and vaccines; support for small businesses; support for local schools and universities; and funding for affordable housing and homelessness assistance programs. This funding is in addition to the $150 billion Coronavirus Relief fund that will provide state, local, and tribal government with additional resources to address this pandemic. The summary does not reflect the mandatory or authorizing provisions of the agreement.
Please take note of the following pages and titles:
– Title I: Department of Agriculture (page 2), Food Distribution on Indian Reservations
– Title VII: Department of the Interior (page 7), Indian Health Services; Bureau of Indian Affairs; and Bureau of Indian Education
– Title XII: Departments of Transportation and Housing (page 17), Indian Housing including the Indian Housing Block Grant