In the states this week, following the Supreme Court’s draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, Democrats across the country blasted Republicans for pushing their extreme, unpopular anti-choice agenda on our country – and made clear that Democrats will fight for Americans’ fundamental rights and control over their own health care decisions. 

Here’s a look at some of the recent local coverage:

Meanwhile, Americans continue to make clear they are not on board with the radical MAGA Republican agenda to raise taxes on half the country and put Medicare and Social Security in danger: 

In contrast,Democrats’ American Rescue Plan continues to help small businesses keep their doors open and cut housing costs – not to mention President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is helping to jump-start clean energy projects across the nation. 

Meanwhile Republicans across the country said no but are still taking the dough, as Republican governors who opposed the American Rescue Plan continue to try to take credit for the Democrats’ critical relief package – despite opposing the relief bill themselves. 

  • In Florida: Tampa Bay Business Journal: Tampa Bay cities, counties get $2M in federal funding to assess flood vulnerability
    • “A major resiliency funding announcement from Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday will kick off a flurry of flood vulnerability studies throughout Tampa Bay. The money comes from the federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and marks the latest attempt at addressing the long-term problem of a state surrounded by water on three sides while the seas rise.”
  • In Ohio: Columbus Dispatch: Could ‘pie in the sky’ become reality? DeWine proposes $500 million for Appalachian Ohio
    • “Late last month, DeWine, Lt. Gov. Jon Husted and the state’s director of development, Lydia Mihalik, announced their proposal to invest $500 million of federal American Rescue Plan dollars into the state’s Appalachian counties — a ‘long overdue’ investment, the governor said.”
  • In New Hampshire: AP: New Hampshire Executive Council approves $100 million housing fund
    • “The fund, paid for with federal American Rescue Plan money that Sununu once opposed, will be used to provide grants to developers for multifamily housing projects, incentives for communities that move quickly with permitting, and money for demolishing vacant buildings.”

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