Update on the Stimulus Check: Petitions Are Constantly Receiving Signatures
One of the stimulus check petitions circulating the internet proposes a payment of $2000 for adults and $1000 for children.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and significant inflationary pressures in the markets, the last couple of years has been particularly difficult for millions of Americans.
The White House and Congress, on the other hand, are no longer as attentive to the public’s demands as they were when the pandemic first broke out. As a result, they voted in favour of the first three stimulus payments, even though the situation was dire.
However, a year after President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan executed the third stimulus check payment, it appears that numerous Americans are still fighting to stay afloat amid the pandemic.
This is why there are currently seven different stimulus payment petitions in the works, all of which urge the government to give direct payments. The six million cash-strapped Americans who have signed this petition undoubtedly want their views to be heard.
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Stephanie Bonin’s most popular stimulus check petition asks Congress to offer periodic payments of $2,000 for adults and $1,000 for children if the pandemic is declared entirely over.
According to the petition, most furloughed workers, laid-off workers, and self-employed people are struggling to pay their rent and feed their families.
The Senior Citizens League has organised another stimulus check petition that has gathered a lot of support, urging Congress to approve the fourth wave of stimulus payments for individuals who receive Social Security benefits.