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House passes Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan

Washington, D.C. – President Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan went through the final hands of the House Wednesday for approval.

The bill will now be sent to President Biden by Friday to sign in effect before the March 14th deadline expiration of the unemployment benefits. New Secretary-Treasurer, Janet Yellen, is expected to immediately issue the first batch of $1,400 checks to qualified persons before the end of the month. People that have filed their 2019 or 2020 taxes and receive direct deposit will be the first to receive the stimulus checks.

This will be the third stimulus check within the past year during the coronavirus pandemic. The first two stimulus checks were issued during Donald Trump Administration. There are a few Democrats such as Minnossota Rep, Ilhan Omar, that believe the American people should be paid a monthly $2,000 stimulus until the pandemic is over and the economy has fully recovered. Omar tweeted last month: “We need $2,000 recurring checks until the end of the pandemic. I joined @TimRyan, @MichaelDTubbs, Stephanie Bonin, and Natalie Foster to push for $2,000 recurring payments for Americans until the economy is fully recovered.”

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