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Between uprooted routines and limited opportunity for social interaction, there’s rising concerns about mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.
To address these concerns — and offer solutions — U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids on Thursday hosted a question and answer session with Johnson County Mental Health Center Deputy Director Susan Rome.
Less than 24 hours after U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids’ self quarantine ended, she hopped on a plane to Washington, D.C., to vote yes on the $2 trillion relief package signed into law by President Donald Trump Friday afternoon.
Even before Rep. Sharice Davids quarantined herself in her Roeland Park home for possible COVID-19 exposure, she had largely switched her congressional office from physical to digital.
And, like many of her constituents in Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District, she’s trying in her own way to settle in as COVID-19 rages across the planet.
Rep. Sharice Davids on Monday issued a release outlining her priorities for a stimulus package to address the massive economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Masks. Test Supplies. Ventilators. Gloves. Gowns.
U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids on Saturday morning answered questions on a host of issues facing the Congress.
Rep. Sharice Davids will serve as one of President Donald Trump’s escorts at Tuesday night’s State of the Union address.
The Kansas Democrat, who was elected in 2018 amid an anti-Trump wave, was selected for the traditional duty by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California.
Rep. Sharice Davids on Tuesday announced her second annual “Valentines for Veterans” program to collect and distribute homemade Valentine’s Day cards to veterans in Kansas’ 3rd District.
Democratic Rep. Sharice Davids ripped Boeing Wednesday for the more than $60 million it will pay its fired CEO while Kansas aviation workers lose their jobs because of the grounding of the company’s 737 Max airliner for safety issues.
Expect to hear a lot about health care in 2020 from Democratic congressional candidates in Kansas and Missouri, but don’t expect them to have the same message as their party’s most progressive presidential contenders.