On Monday night, the Senate passed a spending bill at the end of the year, combining $900 billion in COVID-19 grants, and $1.4 billion in federal funds government and the set of tax breaks for businesses. two votes: 327-85 and 359-53. The bill will now be passed by President Donald Trump, whose aides said they would sign when it arrives at the White House this week. The House and Senate also passed a seven-day law to fund the bill, to prevent the closure of the state while the general bill is being drafted for the presidency. The 5,593-page bill, which covers more than $2.3 trillion, is the second-largest economic relief measure. story – after the passage of the $1.8 Trillion Care Act in March, when the pandemic hit the world’s largest economy. Economists say support should be enough to stem the double slump next year, although risks remain.
According to Mark Zandi’s point of view, this newest budget salvage package will support financially about 1.5 percentage points to actual annual GDP growth in the first quarter of 2021 and almost 2.5 percentage points to growth in calendar 2021,”. The law would give direct payments of $ 600 to most Americans and their children. Those with incomes over $ 100,000 will be excluded, as will unregistered immigrants. Payments will go out as soon as next week, Finance Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday.
For the unemployed, the $300-a-week in-benefit benefit plan is in use in March. It also expands unemployment insurance programs. There is $ 284 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program which provides affordable loans to small businesses. Companies that once had their PPP loan may be eligible for a new one, and their PPP contributions will be tax-deductible. The package includes money for transportation – including $15 billion for airlines – vaccine distribution, schools and universities, farmers, and food aid. The aid plan is linked to a $1.4 trillion bill funded by the federal government by the end of September. 30, 2021. This bill will be maintained at the budget allowances imposed during the fight for the 2019 debt ceiling, including by keeping veterans’ health spending below the ceiling by $12.5 billion. – something that grew like a last-minute fight.
The bill contains $1.4 billion for Trump’s border wall and linked expenses, even though the incoming Biden administration could stop structure. The bill also includes an extension of tax breaks – particularly for alcoholic and renewable energy – a law to limit unexpected medical bills, a water infrastructure measure, and an intelligence policy bill, among its provisions. Bidding for the aid package has forced Congress to skip temporary funding for government operations several times. Although the bill clarifies things for the new Biden administration, completing the budget process for 2021, the Democrats leave it ready for further incentives after the inauguration on January 20.
Spokesman Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer said the $900 billion relief bill was only the first step, and vowed to make the next package a top priority. in the new Congress. That effort could include pushing for infrastructure spending, which has two appeals, but has already gone against Republican credibility, by Mnuchin says Monday this week that the system may be the last bill. bills needed to treat the infection. Dangers over whether Democrats win two Georgia Senate elections on January 5 – give them control of both chambers of Congress.