Missouri’s U.S. Senator Josh Hawley says Missouri’s farmers and small businesses have been waiting too long for help from the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. The SBA program offers up to $10,000 in loan advances that do not require repayment.
He says he not getting anywhere with his questions about the delay of these COVID-19 disaster loans and that he has questioned the Trump-appointed SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza in person and in letters.
“They are not getting it done,” Hawley says, “Unless I see some change here, I think it’s time to consider new leadership.”
Hawley says he has shared his frustrations directly with President Trump.
Missourinet’s Ashley Byrd spoke with Sen. Hawley: