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Has There Been An Agreement On Second Stimulus Check


A bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday unveiled the framework for the $908 billion in economic facilities proposal unveiled last week. So far, the group has not included a second stimulus check for authorized Americans in the proposal and it is unclear whether they will, but a growing group in Washington is demanding another direct payment this year, including the White House which proposed Tuesday to add a $600 check to the bill. the Washington Post reported. While Democratic and Republican lawmakers have expressed new optimism about the completion of a coronavirus relief deal, the current roundtable rules out a second round of stimulus checks for households. Here are the latest developments in the negotiations and whether controls could still be on the table. The current proposal between the political parties provides for an improvement in unemployment benefits, but no funding for a new round of direct payments that would affect most households. Payments similar to the $1200 checks in the spring would cost hundreds of billions of dollars, and Republicans have made it clear that $900 billion is already more than they want to spend. Many Republicans call this round of talks an emergency relief plan rather than a stimulus package. Congress has little time left to authorize a second stimulus check before President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January. Here`s what you should know about a possible second payment this year. But, it was said, there are also scenarios in which a person could this time receive a smaller check.

This story was published from a Wire Agency feed with no text changes. Among the proposals of both sides were also the financing of the paycheck protection programme (PPP) and the extension of unemployment benefits, although the level of benefits varies according to the proposals. There also appears to be a consensus on the need to extend the student loan indulgence, first provided for until September 30 by the CARES Act and then extended until December 31 by President Trump. However, several members of Congress are still urging their co-legislators to send a second check this year. «The millions of people most affected need a check,» Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat from New York, said on December 4. This is not yet excluded. Democrats and some Republicans are still insisting that a second round of stimulus controls be included in a deal this year. And before the election, President Trump urged Congress to send him additional coronavirus aid, which included a new round of direct controls. Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) said Monday that he pushed Mr. Trump to veto any law that did not contain it.

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