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May 15th, 2021 was a day for celebrating the Bi-Centennial of Fayette County Ga! And the Republican Party was there front and center!
The U.S. Department of Education published in the Federal Register a Proposed Rule to promote Critical Race Theory (CRT) and opened a 30-day public comment period. If you dont want CRT in our schools then voice your opinion by MAY 19, 2021.
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Gov. Brian Kemp (R) said Thursday his state will stop participating in the federal government's supplemental unemployment benefits program on June 26th.
This benefit provides an extra $300 a week to the jobless, as many Republican officials are claiming the payments disincentivize workers to get back on the job.
Missouri, Mississippi, SC, Iowa, N&S Dakota, Alabama, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Tennessee, Arkansas and now Georgia are all ending the $300 per week Federal unemployment. Each of these states are run by Republican governors.
The $300-a-week federal payments, which are a reduced version of a $600 weekly benefit authorized last March under the CARES Act to help the millions of workers thrown out of work amidst the coronavirus pandemic, will continue until Sept. 6 in states that don't opt out of the federal program.
Republican officials have long claimed federal unemployment payments are too high, and more GOP-led states may soon leave the federal program amid reports of employers having trouble finding workers. Millions of Americans remain unemployed—but claims of work shortages appear to be largely anecdotal so far.
“We have flooded the zone with checks that I’m sure everybody loves to get, and also enhanced unemployment,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said last week. “And what I hear from business people, hospitals and educators it’s actually more lucrative, for many Americans to not work than work."
$387. That's how much the average American receives from their state in weekly unemployment payments, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, which rises to $687 with the federal boost. Based on a 40-hour work week, that means the average unemployed American is getting the equivalent of $17.17 an hour—more than twice the federal minimum wage.
Each month the FCRP hosts a breakfast that includes great food, hot coffee and a keynote speaker. The next event will be held on June 12th, at 8:30am at the Fayette County Republican Party headquarters located at
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