AUSTIN (Texas Tribune) — U.S. Rep. Chip Roy discussed the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic with the Texas Tribune Wednesday morning.
Roy spoke to Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith about the efforts of President Donald Trump’s administration to curb the spread of the virus, what support Texans can expect from Congress, the effects of the federal government’s recently passed coronavirus package and more.
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