american rescue plan
The 2024 presidential candidate used federal COVID aid to hand out $1,000 bonus checks to first responders as he ran for reelection as Florida governor.
There might have been "too much" in the bill, the Virginia Democrat said, but it was better than letting the economy unravel.
President Joe Biden has signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan into law. The plan is intended on stabilizing the economy as the country recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
The American Rescue Plan lifted 4 million children out of poverty. This legislation didn’t simply make life a little easier for some Americans. It saved lives.
The White House really, really wants you to know they’re helping cities hire police officers.
The Century Foundation has released a potentially telling estimate of how the American Rescue Plan and its predecessors helped working families.
State leaders in both parties are using federal cash to burnish their public standing.
California, New York and Texas are running out of money, while other states like Montana and North Dakota have barely touched their rental assistance funds.
“America is getting back to work.” President Joe Biden touted his economic agenda as the reason the U.S. added 531,000 jobs.
“Don't you think, if we're going to help the children, that the people should make some effort?” the West Virginia senator said on CNN.