has made one thing clear: the US needs , and soon. Biden has spoken out about certain measures more than others, but above all, the incoming president has stressed his position that more stimulus aid should come before his , and before the final COVID-19 relief . If a bill doesn’t pass by the time he’s sworn in, here are .
Congress began its Thanksgiving recess without aand won’t be back in session until Nov. 30. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will begin negotiations soon, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Nov. 19. To avoid a government shutdown, the two political parties must pass more funding by Dec. 11, though it seems no stimulus aid will piggyback on the bill for government funding.
One position that isn’t completely clear is how strongly Biden feels about a. Although he had backed it during his presidential campaign (more on that below) and does advocate for Pelosi’s , which does have a check, Biden’s current economic plan highlights for job-seekers and doesn’t mention another direct payment.
Biden has appointedand laid out his plan to address the effects of the with a new set of strategies that complement a similar plan Biden released during his presidential campaign.
Below, we detail everything Biden may be planning in regard to stimulus payments…Read more>>