03122019CW0144EAST ST. LOUIS – In an effort to support individuals who do not have insurance, State Senator Christopher Belt (D-Centreville) is urging Illinois residents who are uninsured or underinsured to visit the Affordable Care Act Marketplace during the open enrollment period, which lasts until Dec. 15.

“Health care is a basic need, and a health care system that serves everyone is critical for public health, safety and economic security,” Belt said. “We are in the midst of a public health crisis and any person who does not have insurance need to take advantage of the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period.”

Read more: Belt: Health care is a basic need

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05282019CM0356EAST ST. LOUIS – As businesses continue to suffer from the ongoing pandemic, State Senator Christopher Belt (D-Centreville) is pleased more than a million dollars has been collectively awarded to 28 local businesses during the second round of the Business Interruption Grant program. 

“Small businesses help bolster our local economies, and during this time, they need more assistance than ever,” Belt said. “Local businesses were some of the hardest hit groups financially, and I am thankful they will receive the help and relief they deserve.” 

Read more: Belt announces 28 local business have received the Business Interruption Grant

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09232019CM0198EAST ST. LOUIS – State Senator Christopher Belt (D-Centreville) expressed his support for Thursday’s joint committee hearing on increasing diversity in labor unions, apprenticeship programs and the workforce.

“Diversity and inclusion are essential in creating a well-rounded, productive, successful labor force,” Belt said. “Labor unions and apprenticeship programs are enormously helpful to workers entering the industry. When we expand these services to reach people of color, it can enable more Illinoisans to find good-paying, lifelong careers.”

Read more: Belt expresses his support for increasing diversity in labor unions  

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01302019CM0266EAST ST. LOUS – To help slow the spread of the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the Metro East, State Senator Christopher Belt urges residents to wear a mask and continue to social distance.

“If residents do not do their part in protecting themselves and other community members, we will not be able to stop the amount of people who get the virus,” Belt said. “Residents need to continue to wear a mask and properly social distance to keep ourselves and loved ones safe.”

Read more: Belt urges community members to help slow the spread of COVID-19

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