Emergency Board to allocate more than $30 million in coronavirus response funding

April 22, 2020 / Heather Nahmias

Oregon State Legislature

April 22, 2020


 SALEM, Ore. – The legislative Emergency Board will convene a virtual meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday to allocate more than $30 million in emergency funding to support Oregonians in need of relief due to the coronavirus global pandemic.

Funds will be dedicated to support workers and small businesses, as well as provide housing assistance to vulnerable Oregonians. Additionally, the Emergency Board will increase federal spending limits to access relief in the CARES Act.

Below is a more detailed breakdown of what the Emergency Board funding will include:


Read the full memo and get more details, plust the link to view the meeting HERE.

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