What You NEED To Know About 2nd Round of Stimulus Checks!
It appears that the 2nd round of stimulus checks are stalemate and Americans are desperate for financial relief.
While negotiations over the next coronavirus stimulus bill have carried on for months, there has been one certainty: Democrats, Republicans, and President Donald Trump have all backed sending out a second round of $1,200 stimulus checks.
CelebNPolitics247.com reports that many polls show that Americans are in favor of second stimulus checks, said Natalie Foster, co-chair of the Economic Security Project, a proponent of so-called guaranteed income.
The big question is when will there be a 2nd round of stimulus checks since 80% of Americans are in need of the monies to help them. We previously reported what you need to know about the stimulus checks.
At this point, we can guess that Trump’s original promise to make the stimulus check bountiful to really help Americans is out the window.
Here is where things stand regarding the next coronavirus stimulus bill:
- A second round of $1,200 stimulus checks was one form of aid both sides of the aisle in Congress could agree on.
- Yet Congress remains stalemated on other relief issues and those payments could get sidelined, at least for now.
- Americans’ financial needs could force politicians back to the negotiating table.
- Meanwhile, experts say the demand for additional aid continues to grow.
- Many polls show that Americans are in favor of second stimulus checks, said Natalie Foster, co-chair of the Economic Security Project, a proponent of so-called guaranteed income.
- Moreover, multiple bills have been proposed in Congress to provide monthly income to Americans until the pandemic is over.
- Though, critics argue that sending checks to Americans broadly does not target aid at those who are hurting most.
So What’s up with the second stimulus check since Trump FAILED to come through for the higher amount of $6000. to each household member.
Well, Hoagland said:
People are hurting…It’s just terrible that this all has to come down to politics.
Did you know Foster said that the first round of $1,200 payments reached 160 million people in two months, which is “impressive.”