A federal judge on Tuesday refused to suspend further a decision it requires the Trump administration to provide more comprehensive public accounts of those who have secured hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency coronavirus-era loan relief from the federal government.
Judge James Boasberg of the District Court for the District of Columbia set a deadline of December 1 for the US Small Business Administration and the US Treasury Department to “release the names, addresses and exact loan amounts for all loans. individuals and entities ”. who have obtained loans under the Federal Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Disaster Loan Program.
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