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- CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act)
- Largest rescue package in American history
- $2 trillion total
- $300 billion to individuals
- Individuals prorated from $75K to $99K AGI
- Couples prorated from $150K to $198K AGI
- $1200 per adult and $500 per child
- $600 addition per week for unemployed
- ~90% of households (165 million) would benefit from the checks
- Payment will be non-taxable
- Steve Mnuchin, "We’re determined to get money in people’s pockets immediately. That will be within three weeks."
- $350 billion forgiveable loan to small businesses if they keep workers employed
- $58 billion for airlines
- $100 billion of hospitals
- $20 billion for veterans
- $8.8 billion for child nutrition
- $15.5 billion for SNAP (food stamps)
- $340 billion for state and local governments
- Thomas Massie delayed vote by requesting to have a recorded vote
- "Mnuchin told reporters at a White House press briefing earlier this week that he believed the bill would keep the economy afloat for three months if the coronavirus effects are felt that long."
- Nancy Pelosi, "We think we'll get more direct payments in another bill."

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- Mnuchin: Stimulus checks will arrive within three weeks

Posted: 2020-03-27 18:05:02

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