Over the past six months, lawmakers on Capitol Hill have struggled to agree on a second large-scale stimulus package to help Americans survive the economic consequences of the pandemic. However, after an initial increase in multiparty moods, which wanted to pass the CARES Act as early as March, the two parties have since remained very far apart. When it comes to the second stimulus package, there is still a lot in the air as the negotiations continue and we are waiting for the Senate to come back from the break. Unfortunately, this means that many Americans who need financial support during this period have to wait. “Families and individuals who work should first be for covid relief, and then we will talk about everything else. I see some of those comments: “Well, we just don`t have any money,” Hawley told Politico on Monday. “We don`t have any money for people anymore? We can give it to state governments, to businesses, but we don`t have money for people? I think it`s crazy. In the end, both Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell must sign a bill. Pelosi approved last week`s deal, although it is significantly smaller than the $2.2 trillion heroes act passed by the House of Representatives in October, and does not contain a second stimulus check. McConnell initially rejected the $908 billion plan for his $500 billion “Skinny” bill, but told the Senate on Monday that “a targeted compromise on the most pressing issues could occur with a massive multi-party margin.” The good news is that help will probably come twice. The bad news is that it may be some time before individuals get the $1,200 stimulation control, if they arrive. After the first economic agreement in March, it seemed certain that a second one would be followed in 2020.
But the two sides appeared to be reaching a stalemate in August that went through most of September, but House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin began negotiating again last week, and Democrats in the House of Representatives passed another package that demanded $2.2 trillion in aid. But the package appears to have been largely symbolic, as Republicans hit back with a deal of $700 billion to $1 trillion less. But the measure was passed with a limited lead of 214 to 207, as Republicans called the latest aid bill too big and at least 18 moderate Democrats from conservative districts opposed the lack of Republican support and argued that a vote should have waited for a deal between the parties to be reached with the government. But again, the parties still have to agree and those numbers could be reduced if they try to find common ground. However, the multi-party proposal does not provide for a new $1,200 cyclical review. Although the House of Representatives passed the $2.2 trillion HEROES Bill, it failed in the Senate. Instead, the Senate insisted that a $500 billion aid package be closer, which they did not pass at the end of October. McConnell`s “skinny” bill is a $500 billion package that involves supporting small businesses and increasing unemployment benefits, but does not offer any other direct relief. Earlier this month, McConnell told reporters that he did not want another CARES bill: “I don`t think the current situation requires a multi-billion euro package.