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Pelosi Reveals New $3 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Plan

Heroes Act Will the HOUSE agree or DISAGREE?

Did you know that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the House of Representatives along with President Trump have been hard at work on a new Stimulus package for the American people and US territories are also included and Healthcare workers local and state workers the Unemployment is a key focus for many states.

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The coronavirus relief package is the 2nd rollout of the plan the money received was to help Americans in their time of need during the pandemic but the second bill the Heroes Act ties up loose ends of funding that will need to be approved to help other groups of Americans who did not receive payments. The package also includes a $2000 Stimulus check for Americans.


What we do know about the new Heroes Act Bill is that it will hopefully be approved by the house and the $1200 and $10,000 Student Loan forgiveness plan will help many borrowers to pay back their loans faster.

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Student Loan Debt in America is in the billions so this pandemic may allow the US House of Representatives to clear some balances to improve the economy in these dark times we are in Unemployment in 2020 has surpassed Great Depression unemployment rate at a fast  pace no one realized how much it would affect working families who work in places that require a employee to come into the office many call centers are rushing and local business to reopen but will the new normal change what type of employment that will be available after the pandemic is over?

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Nancy Pelosi is the lady with fire and spunk to fire back at Trump and challenge him to be respectful and make decisions that do not negatively impact the American people. Congress passed the CARES Act in March and it provided money for small businesses and enhanced unemployment benefits.

Additionally, it provided a suspension of student loan payments interest-free through September 30th, 2020. The legislation also sent $14 billion to colleges and universities to provide emergency grants to students and other relief for institutions.


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