WASHINGTON D.C. — (03-06-21) — The United States Senate has passed president Biden’s historic $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill, H.R. 1319, by a vote of 50-49. After a 13 hour marathon night of amendment dragging by Republicans, Democrats came through for the American people in the end by passing the $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill for the tens of millions of Americans in need of it.
Not one single senate Republican voted for the COVID-19 Relief Bill that consists of federal unemployment benefits at $300 a week, $1,400 stimulus checks to Americans making up to $80K a year and those making less than $150,000 and receiving unemployment will be eligible for a $10,200 tax break.
Provisions include $195.3 billion to states, $130.2 billion to local governments and $14 billion to continue research, development and distribution of vaccines for the Coronavirus that has plagued the planet over the past 15 months.
Americans who have already filed their 2020 Tax Return can now submit an amendment to get back the money you were ordered to pay due to the stimulus payments and enhanced unemployment payments you received in 2020.
President Biden is expected to speak to the American people today following the history passage of the $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief packaged passed by Democrats.
Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer
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