Angelo's Taverna in Denver's Alamo Placita neighborhood has been in business for 48 years. However, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is putting even the city's most successful restaurants to the test. However, there is finally some relief. The restaurant group just learned each business will receive around $400,000 in the form of small business loans through the Paycheck Protection Program. Around 75 percent of that money will be used to bring around 200 furloughed employees back to work.
The #PaycheckProtectionProgram is literally saving millions of jobs.
It's helping small businesses stay open.
FUNDS WILL RUN OUT TOMORROW.
Yet, here's Speaker Pelosi *congratulating* Senate Dems for blocking more funding.
The health and safety of the American people is our top priority.
Together with President Trump, the Senate provided the emergency funding that the experts told us they need.
The package is a critical component of our country's clear and targeted response to coronavirus.