A group of Panhandle businesses paid for an ad in the Austin American-Statesman Tuesday to chastise Texas Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Roy after his lone “no” vote on Friday delayed a $19.1 billion assistance package for disaster victims across the nation.

Prior to the new rules implemented to strengthen work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, some Republicans governor had already begun implementing restrictions.

A group of Panhandle businesses paid for an ad in the Austin American-Statesman Tuesday to chastise Texas Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Roy after his lone “no” vote on Friday delayed a $19.1 billion assistance package for disaster victims across the nation.

Prior to the new rules implemented to strengthen work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, some Republicans governor had already begun implementing restrictions.