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ASA Urges Shops to Contact Congress for Help

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Oct. 28, 2020—The Automotive Service Association is urging shops to contact Congress and voice their support for another COVID-19 relief package.  

According to a press release, a new package could provide aid for individuals and businesses that are still feeling the effects of the pandemic. As of now, legislators are considering a round of direct individual payments of $1,200. 

ASA is also encouraging shops to contact Congress and give their support for the reactivation and expansion of the Paycheck Protection Program, a program that offers low-interest and forgivable loans to small businesses. 

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