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Tuesday December 1st, 2020 10:12AM

LISTEN: Do we need the HEROES Act?

By Mornings on Maine Street

David Williams, president of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, weighs in on the HEROES Act that is before the Senate. Williams spoke with WDUN's Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street saying "the sponsors of the HEROES Act have yet to explain to the American people why states should ge a $500 billion blank check."

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