Still no $1,200 stimulus check? Here’s what you need to know about the Nov. 21 deadline.
If you still haven’t received your stimulus check, the time to act is now.
A group of more than 125 economists are calling for another round of $1,200 stimulus checks. They say that failure to act could damage the economy for years.
President Donald Trump started the weekend by pushing lawmakers in Congress to approve a coronavirus relief bill. What’s unclear about his request: Does the president still back the idea of stimulus checks?
Coronavirus relief will likely be one of the first things on Biden’s plate when he takes office in January 2021.
On Monday, Biden stressed the urgency of lawmakers finding common ground saying, “Not tomorrow. Now.”
As of mid-November, Republican and Democratic leaders are more than $1.5 trillion apart in the size of relief packages they’re hoping to pass. What does that mean? A political stalemate.
If you were betting political gridlock centered around the November election would come to an end after Americans went to the voting booth, you lost that bet.
Pelosi noted that Congress has yet to pass any further coronavirus relief aid and placed blame for the inaction on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
It’s another sign of urgency for additional COVID aid and economic stimulus as the economy struggles to recover from being slammed by the novel coronavirus.