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Founded Year

2012

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Biz Plan Competition | Alive

Total Raised

$50K

Last Raised

$50K | 2 yrs ago

About The Rosie Network

The Rosie Network provides a listing of veteran-owned businesses and builds programs to help military spouses start their own businesses.

The Rosie Network Headquarter Location

9242 Lightwave Ave 120

San Diego, California, 92123,

United States

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GOP Candidate For House Under Fire

Jun 29, 2021

GOP Candidate For House Under Fire Derrick Van Orden, opposing Ron Kind, accused of attending Capitol Riot, getting pandemic relief he criticized. By Henry Redman - Jun 29th, 2021 10:48 am //end headline wrapper ?> Derrick Van Orden. Photo from campaign website. Republican Derrick Van Orden was outspoken in his opposition of federal COVID-19 relief passed into law earlier this year. Yet that opposition did not extend to federal aid of more than $170,000 that a nonprofit organization he works with received in May 2020. Van Orden, who is running for the second time to unseat Democratic Rep. Ron Kind in Wisconsin’s 3rd Congressional District, spent much of this winter criticizing the aid provided in the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) that was passed by a Democratically held Congress and signed by President Joe Biden . Almost immediately after he was narrowly beaten by Kind last fall, Van Orden  announced he’d be running again  in 2022. But, he has faced heavy criticism for spreading the lie that Donald Trump actually won the 2020 election. Van Orden also  went to the Jan. 6 rally  in Washington D.C. that ultimately ended with an insurrection on the U.S. Capitol. For months, Van Orden had acknowledged he attended the rally but insisted he did not enter Capitol grounds. Yet social media posts show him taking photos in locations that would have required him to cross police barricades, the  Daily Beast reported . Van Orden also used about $4,000 in campaign cash to fund transportation and lodging in D.C. for himself, his wife and a staff member, according to the Daily Beast report. The rescue package, which was signed into law in March, sent billions of dollars to Wisconsin. In the  3rd District , La Crosse received $21 million, Eau Claire received $13 million and Onalaska received $2 million. Under the control of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers , much of the ARPA money sent to Wisconsin has been allocated directly to helping businesses recover from the pandemic. Most recently, Evers announced he would be directing $140 million toward helping the  state’s tourism and entertainment industries  recover from the past year when concerts were cancelled and tourism was slowed to a trickle. Yet as the bill was working its way through Congress, Van Orden called it a “ disaster ,” “ wasteful ” and a “ bribery bill .” Even earlier this month, Van Orden continued to criticize the bill — despite an improving economic outlook since the passage of the ARPA. “Washington Democrats like Ron Kind forced through a massive spending bill that is preventing businesses from finding employees and creating a wave of inflation that is hurting the wallets of American families,” Van Orden’s campaign told the  Eau Claire Leader-Telegram . In his frequent criticisms of the ARPA, Van Orden accuses Kind — who tries to maintain a moderate image in a purple district — of following in lock step with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi . Van Orden’s opposition to the ARPA — and the HEROES Act, which was passed by House Democrats last year and formed the backbone of the ARPA package — came months after the passage of the CARES Act. The CARES Act, a $2.2 trillion economic stimulus package that was passed by a Democratic House and Republican Senate, was signed by President Donald Trump in March 2020. The CARES Act, among other provisions such as supplemented unemployment benefits and rent relief, created the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which helped businesses continue paying their employees despite government-mandated shutdowns and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) which provides loans to small businesses, farms and nonprofits to help cover operating expenses. Van Orden supported this legislation which, aside from being passed by his party, aided an organization he works with, the Rosie Network. The Rosie Network is a nonprofit organization that provides small business training and mentorship to veterans and their families. In 2019, according to its most recent tax documents , it took in more than $370,000 in revenue — most of which was spent on salaries and benefits for its employees. In May 2020, The Rosie Network received a PPP loan of $21,600 to help pay its employees in the immediate economic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic. Later that month, the organization received a  $150,000 loan  through the EIDL program.

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