So after a week where it seems that some ground has been gained, the biggest questions that Americans seem to be, a payment will come this year? If so, how much will it be? A larger aid package is likely to be more difficult to pass through a GOP-controlled Senate, although public health and economic recovery will help shape next year`s political climate. In the end, both Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell must sign a bill. Pelosi approved last week`s deal, although it is significantly smaller than the $2.2 trillion heroes act passed by the House of Representatives in October, and does not contain a second stimulus check. McConnell initially rejected the $908 billion plan for his $500 billion “Skinny” bill, but told the Senate on Monday that “a targeted compromise on the most pressing issues could occur with a massive multi-party margin.” Biden called the $908 billion proposal a “repayment” for a bigger, future stimulus package and stressed that “immediately necessary” relief for unemployed Americans, people facing forced eviction and people fighting for mortgages have already been mentioned in the $3 trillion Democratic Heroes Act passed on May 15. , which the House of Representatives revised to $2.2 trillion on October 1. Here`s what we know – the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives agree that a second stimulus package is needed, and it`s also a second cyclical test. The fact that these divided entities are at least able to agree on this point gives hope. “Those who want direct stimulus plans will look at President-elect Biden,” Warner said. But according to Business Insider, the negotiations could be promising, but President Donald Trump`s COVID 19 diagnosis could also play a role. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has been working for weeks on a $908 billion package of coronavirus assistance, much of which has been agreed upon. But lawmakers are still negotiating how to develop the two most difficult areas: funding for public and local aid and the type of legal protection to provide businesses, schools and other organizations active during the pandemic.
Lawmakers said they hoped to reach an agreement in the coming days and would translate it into legislation. Congressional leaders participated in the discussions, but could play a bigger role in the coming days. “I think it would be better if they had the $1,200 (payments to families),” Biden said. And I understand that it may still be at stake. But I`m going to go into the details. The whole point is to ensure that people are not thrown out of their homes, lose their homes, have unemployment insurance (so they can continue to feed their families if we let the economy grow again. For now, Biden, Pelosi and other top Democrats are backing the annual accounts, but with some “improvements.” Pelosi and Biden are unlikely to force the issue of a cyclical review that could increase the final package by more than $270 billion — a about 30 percent increase in the bipartisan $908 billion proposal.