Deregulatory provisions from the banking industry's wishlist were sponsored by Tillis and added to the CARES Act.
Tens of thousands of PPP loans issued by the administration could be subject to fraud, waste, or abuse, House Democrats found by analyzing program details.
Amash was one of the only representatives to oppose the CARES Act, which established the PPP program. He also voted against the TRUTH Act, which sought to increase transparency around companies that receive PPP funds.
The representatives seek an exemption from loan regulations so that payday lenders can receive funding from the coronavirus relief package meant to bail out small businesses.