A Smaller Stimulus Relief Bill Could Be In The Works Before The In Of The Year
According to WGRZ, critical programs that have been supporting many Americans for months set to expire at the end of the year. There is a lot of pressure on all of us right now because the holiday season is here and like many Americans, I feel that we all can use a little relief.
In a recent interview with 2 on your side, Republican Congressman Tom Reed talked about the negotiations going on in congress. Tom Reed said, " there is a path to getting a smaller stimulus bill passed, than the one that President Donald Trump offered last month of 1.8 trillion.
According to WGRZ, Tom Reed said, the current being negotiated is between $ 500 Billion and 1Trillion.
regonize that all we are trying to do on this emergency bill is to get a timeframe of March 1st, you don't have to do a 12 month bill, do a very targeted bill, and if you do that, the number is much smaller.
said Tom Reed, according to WGRZ
Congressman Brian Higgins made a recent statement.
The need for additional federal emergency relief is clear. That's why in May and again in October the House of Representatives voted to approve a version of the Heros Act, legislation modeled after the CARES Act. addressing urgent health needs and providing relief for Americans.
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