Senator Braun’s Weekly Update Of Terre Haute & Northwest Indiana Visits


Senator Braun is back on the road touring Indiana this week, below are highlights from his stops in Terre Haute and Northwest Indiana. 

U.S. Sen. Mike Braun on Wednesday told several dozen business owners in LaPorte more COVID-19 financial relief from the federal government could be on the way.

The Republican senator said opinions among lawmakers on what should be contained in a fourth stimulus package vary widely, but said his priority is need, and firms overlooked by previous relief measures.

“I’m interested in those businesses that got left out,” he said.

Braun also said there is a chance for another stimulus package as long as it strictly provides help for financial struggles brought on by coronavirus.

“As long as we focus on errors and omissions and COVID-related stuff we might get something done,” he said.

Braun said an example of need is Melrose Fireworks in Kingsbury, which revealed a dramatic drop in its pyrotechnic shows because of all of the events with large gatherings being cancelled to try and limit the spread of COVID-19.

The Republican senator from downstate Jasper was invited to City Hall by Mayor Tom Dermody to hear about the struggles from local business owners and offer feedback on the additional help that might be on the way.

If there is another relief package, Braun said there’s a short window to get it done.

We sat down with Sen. Mike Braun Monday and got his thoughts on several hot topics across the country right now including reported Russian bounties on American soldiers, Vote-by-Mail, the Supreme Court’s Electoral College vote, the coronavirus and an update on his proposed Reforming Qualified Immunity Act.

Indiana U.S. Sen. Mike Braun says he will be in Jacksonville when his party meets to formally nominate Pres. Donald Trump for a second term.

In a Twitter post, Braun noted that Trump helped ensure a Republican majority in the Senate in 2018 — the year he defeated incumbent Joe Donnelly in a closely watched contest.

Braun ended his tweet with a hashtag to “Keep America Great.”

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