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As President Trump Visits, the Administration Continues to Provide Unprecedented Support to Michigan

As President Trump visits the state today, the Trump Administration has provided unprecedented support to Michigan. From helping Michigan’s farmers, engaging our manufacturing industry, or providing additional aid to hospitals, President Trump continues to utilize the full resources of the federal government to aid Michiganders during the coronavirus outbreak.

“The support President Trump has given Michigan is a strong first step in starting to reopen our state for business.” said Laura Cox, Michigan Republican Party Chairman “Under the Trump Administration’s leadership we have seen unprecedented support for our state, and as we move to help the nation recover, I know Michigan will rebuild stronger and more prosperous than ever as we defeat this invisible enemy.”

Fox News: From building trucks to ventilators, Ford plant’s crisis response on display during Trump's Michigan visit

The Detroit News: Michigan to receive $315 million for COVID-19 testing, contact tracing as state reopens

MLive: Michigan a top-10 recipient of federal coronavirus stimulus payments

The Detroit News: Michigan distributes donated doses of COVID-19 medicine remdesivir

WLNS: Michigan receives over $35M in federal funding to help struggling residents pay energy costs

MLive: 9 mid-Michigan hospitals to receive $107 million in federal grants 

WWTV: Michigan Approved for Nearly $390 Million in Federal Education Funding

MLive: Kent County receives $115M in federal funding to cover coronavirus costs

WPBN/WGTU: Michigan airports to receive more than $56 million from federal CARES Act

WDIV: FEMA provides $1M to Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division

MLive: $1.7 million in federal funds coming to Southwest Michigan for coronavirus testing

The Detroit News: Michigan to get $1.5M in 4th wave of HUD relief funds for residents with disabilities 

WPBN/WGTU: USDA to purchase millions in asparagus, tart cherries and other Michigan crops