The bills would require the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to waive the collection of non-fraudulent overpayments issued by the state throughout the pandemic.
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With supply chain issues impacting various industries, agriculture and business leaders are taking note of the project as well.
The allocation will fund investigation and cleanup at the Valley Park and Vienna Wells sites, which have been contaminated for decades.
"This infrastructure helps ensure our small towns have the best access possible to clean drinking water, good-paying jobs, and high-speed internet, which all help to boost rural economies and build back a better America."
Michelle Hataway was named the director of the Regional Engagement Division while Shad Burner will take over as director of federal initiatives.
Brattin launched his bid for the district in November, a year after winning his Senate seat.
"As a farmer myself, I understand what is needed – A government that works for you during tough times, and leaders that use common sense toward regulation."