Schrader votes against federal pandemic relief

Rep. Kurt Schrader speaks with a constituent at Claggett Creek Middle School in 2018.

Rep. Kurt Schrader, Keizer’s representative in the U.S. House of Representatives, was one of two Democrats to vote against a largely popular pandemic relief bill on Saturday, Feb. 27.

The bill, which was approved in a 219-212 vote, would pour new cash into the pockets of individuals, businesses, states and cities. Neither Schrader nor his office . . .

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