US President Biden Pushes for More Stimulus, One Million ‘Plus-up’ Payments Go out This Week – Economics Bitcoin News

U.S. politicians are talking about stimulus again in order to bolster American jobs and President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan. At the end of last week, White House press secretary Jen Psaki explained that Biden would meet with bipartisan members of Congress on Monday in order to push his proposal. According to reports, Biden’s proposed plan could be a touch smaller than the estimated $2.25 trillion.

Biden Suggests Scaling Back the $2.25 Trillion ‘Build Back a Better America’ Infrastructure Proposal

The U.S. government is talking about creating more stimulus in order to provide jobs and “build back a better” America. Last Friday, the press was told that Joe Biden would be meeting with bipartisan members of Congress in order to sell his infrastructure proposal. It was noted that Congress would be heading back to D.C. and Biden would tell them all about his plan to fix roads, public housing, transportation, and communications.

During the meeting with bipartisan colleagues, Biden explained that he was “prepared to negotiate” and even noted that the estimated $2.25 trillion could be less. “I think everyone acknowledges we need a significant increase in infrastructure; it’s going to get down to what we call infrastructure,” Biden said at the time. Additionally, Biden explained that the White House was publishing “state-by-state fact sheets” which explain all the infrastructure that could be fixed with this new stimulus.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki explained that the data shown is “laying out the critical necessity” in regard to the President’s proposal. Meanwhile, Americans have begun spending their latest $1,400 Covid stimulus checks to pay for necessities, according to a recently published study. According to the survey, 45% of U.S. citizens have been using the funds to pay monthly expenses. 28% of the respondents said they would save the stimulus and 32% intended to pay…

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