From the Key Takeaways: " Congress's response to the economic consequences of the coronavirus should be targeted, temporary, and directed at public health efforts while limiting political abuse.  While the CARES [Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security] Act includes positive reforms, providing $200 billion in bailouts to select industries fails to meet these targeted and temporary objectives.  The Senate must significantly reform these special benefits to limit abuse, reduce the need for bailouts, and get aid directly to affected workers."
Heritage Foundation Backgrounder No. 3479
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