COVID-19 one year later: Experts discuss vaccines, stimulus checks and more ahead of Biden's first primetime address.
You've probably heard by now about the $1,400 relief checks, the $350 billion for state and local governments, the money for vaccines, and the boost in child tax credits.
These are among the most heralded components of President Joe Biden's COVID-19 relief bill, which the Democratic-controlled House approved by a 220-211 vote on Wednesday, sending the relief package to Biden's desk to become law.
But the legislation is loaded with other less-discussed spending, helping make it the federal government's most robust infusion of aid to the poor and American workers in recent history.
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