Covid Stimulus Framework “Stimulus Money Allocation” (second stimulus check), two party Committee, which includes 50 members from both parties. Supervised by Co-Chairs Representatives. Josh Gott and Tom Reed, built and came together in favor of the framework after substantial listening to voters and outreach to shareholders around the previous six workweeks.
In this package they discussed key point which include, corona virus, unemployment, direct stimulus small business , presidential elections, food, schools , local and state ads.
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“Americans deserve a functioning Congress that can rise to the challenge and deliver the relief they need,” said PSC Co-Chair Tom Reed. “Our framework reflects months of bipartisan consensus-building on the actions the federal government can take to help working families and local communities across the country as they navigate the impacts of COVID-19. We are hopeful this package will help bring lead negotiations back to the table as we try to solve this problem for the American people.”
Covid Stimulus Framework
Covid Stimulus Framework include following money allocations
- Testing & Healthcare ($100B)
- Direct Assistance to Individuals & Families ($316B)
- Unemployment Assistance ($120B)
- Small Business & Non-profit Support ($290B
- School & Child Care ($145B)
- State & Local Aid ($500.3B)
- Election Support ($400B)
- Broadband, Agriculture, USPS, & Census ($52B)
- Worker & Liability Protections
- Automatic Boosters & Reducers
“What brings us together — 25 Democrats and 25 Republicans — is our shared goal of finding a pragmatic solution — a bipartisan path forward — to help get negotiators to return to the table,” said PSC Co-Chair Josh Gottheimer. “Our March to Common Ground package does just that. it lays out a common sense framework to get help , and resources out to American families and businesses.
“Our group put aside brinksmanship and political games,” said Rep. Dusty Johnson, “Once we focused on what was good for the country, it didn’t take us long to find common ground. This is how Congress is supposed to work.”