McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy met with President Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday to discuss legislation. The current plans are as follows.
Second Stimulus Check Money Coming Soon? The Senate is expected to engage in debates surrounding the next stimulus as soon as next week. They will be working on a very tight timeline, that’s if they want to get something accomplished before heading out for another recess.
If you're looking for a possible date and a timeline for a second stimulus check, here's a good place to start. When will your stimulus check arrive? In this video, we take a look at the White House timeline of when you should receive your stimulus check.
The US job numbers were just released for June. In this video, I'm going to talk about what this means for the next stimulus.
The Republicans originally wanted to spend no more than one trillion dollars on the next stimulus, now they moved that line up to 2 trillion dollars. Confidential sources from inside of the White House reported what Donald Trumps wants to spend the additional trillion dollars on.
The Second Stimulus Check’s fate is in the hands of the U.S. Senate, and based on the latest update it seems the government is torn on whether a second round of the stimulus check is needed as the country moves to reopen.
At a press conference in the Rose Garden on Friday, President Donald Trump said he would like to see a payroll tax cut to help the American economy to continue to recover from the shutdown caused by the pandemic. What is a payroll tax cut and how much money would it mean to you?
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is predicting if there is another stimulus package, it won’t be as big as the last one, and if there is another one it will be the last. McConnell said that we could anticipate the decision being made on whether to go forward with a stimulus in about a month.
Republicans are aiming to offer an alternative to Democrats’ push to continue the $600 weekly federal unemployment payments, which are in addition to state unemployment benefits. Some conservatives fear the amount is so high that it might be keeping people from returning to work.
Despite calls all week from Democrats demanding a vote on the bill in the senate or at least to even discuss the bill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to take it up. In this article from CNN, McConnell said that the Senate will wait a couple weeks to decide on a phase four stimulus bill.