10 Potential Highs And Lows Of Biden’s Stimulus Package

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8. Support for Frontline Essential Workers

Frontline essential workers, ranging from doctors, nurses, firefighters, police officers, paramedics, grocery store employees, farmers, truckers, and many others have helped us tremendously during these unprecedented times. That’s why President Biden has called for CEOs to provide hazard pay for them, as well as back hazard pay for the year 2020.

President Biden also plans to pay for 100,000 public health workers to perform vital tasks during the pandemic, such as contact tracing and vaccine outreach. Later on, he wants them to transition into community health roles to build long-term public health capacity.

9. College Financial Aid

It’s not just workers who had it rough this past year. Students of all ages had to adjust to a new norm. Luckily for them, President Biden plans for some additional financial aid for some college students such as emergency grants.

He plans on sending $35 billion to public institutions of higher education including community colleges and minority-serving institutions such as private historically black colleges and universities. This funding will also provide up to $1,700 in additional financial aid for students all across the U.S.

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  1. Iam not seeing a lot getting done i have hurd all this talk but not much action and not much for us older people ,no taxes on our ss checks at 66 or older up to $150000 and or tax credit for us older people that have no kids now .we need help

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