STIMULUS PASSES TODAY $600/$300 Second Stimulus Check Update SSI SSDI PUA + Unemployment Benefits

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STIMULUS PASSES TODAY $600/$300 Second Stimulus Check Update SSI SSDI PUA + Unemployment Benefits

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Here’s your daily stimulus check, your second stimulus check, your executive action, executive order, memorandums, moratoriums, and stimulus package update for Sunday, December 20th, 2020.

Senior lawmakers reached a compromise over the Federal Reserve's emergency lending powers late Saturday night, overcoming a major hurdle that prevented Congress from completing a $900 billion relief package.

A last-minute roadblock emerged on Friday as Democrats accused Republicans, namely Pennsylvania's Sen. Pat Toomey, of attempting of hurting the incoming Biden administration by cutting off the Federal Reserve's emergency lending abilities

A senior Democratic aide said Toomey “agreed to drop” some of his demands and said negotiators were finalizing “compromise language.”

A Democratic aide said in an email that an agreement had been reached late Saturday and that compromise language was being finalized to seal a deal to be unveiled on Sunday.

Mitch McConnell stated, “Now that Democrats have agreed to a version of Sen. Toomey’s important language, we can begin closing out the rest of the package to deliver much-needed relief to families, workers, and businesses.”

This is fantastic news as Congress can finally begin to focus on getting the remaining votes needed to reach a deal and it will be interesting to find out what is apart of this new agreement.

Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., chair of the Senate Republican Conference, vowed that lawmakers will have a bill to provide additional relief from the coronavirus pandemic by the end of the weekend.

In a conversation with "Fox News Sunday," Barrasso blamed Democrats for delaying the relief, while expressing confidence that Democrats and Republicans have finally managed to resolve their differences.
Barasso stated, “This gets done today. No more delays. We’re not leaving until we have relief for the American people.”

He continued: “We’ve had a bill pretty comparable to what we’re going to pass today and we’ve offered it by Republicans time and time again. The Democrats beat it down 40 different times.”

We’ll be curious to know what Pelosi has to say about these remarks.

And finally, with all the major roadblocks out of the way, Schumer has confirmed that lawmakers can vote today on another stimulus package and on the government spending bill.

Sen. Mitt Romney said this morning, “The good news [is] we’ve apparently been able to solve the issues in regards to a Covid relief package, and we’re going to be able to get help to the American people that need it right now.”

But some aides are worried final votes won't come until late Sunday depending on how long it takes negotiators to wrap up final details of the aid bill and draft legislative text.

Though the Fed feud dominated the past 48 hours, the crux of the package remains the same: a $300 boost in weekly unemployment benefits, $600 relief checks for individuals, more than $300 billion for small business aid and huge pots of money for schools, hospitals and vaccine distribution.

Democratic leaders sent out a whip notice late Saturday informing members that votes are expected today, no earlier than 1

This is fantastic news that we are moments away from a much awaited stimulus package.

That was your stimulus check, your second stimulus check, your executive action and stimulus package update for Sunday, December 20th, 2020

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