After much debate, hand-wringing and a few political stunts, the U.S. House of Representatives is set to vote on the final version of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus bill today. He’s expected to sign it by the end of the week.

The biggest, most talked-about part of the bill is the $1,400 checks for Americans earning less than $75,000 and couples earning less than $150,000 annually. With the president’s signature, these could go out beginning as soon as this weekend.

This editorial was written by Jennifer Shrader, assistant managing editor of The Facts.

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Bulldog

Malarkey!!! A few billion will go to to the people. The bulk of the money will be used to bail out blue states and union pensions that the democrats have squandered. And a large part will go to democrat cronies. On top of that there is still a trillion dollars of the last Chinese virus that has remained unspent. Just more debt as democrats set out to destroy our country.

natives5

Well stated, Jennifer.

Father of Six

Well now I'm confused naïve5. Are you Jennifer Shrader or Michael Morris? I guess in y'all's weird world it could be either. By the way, where are the $2000 checks President Biden promised?

natives5

You really have issues, don’t you? 0-21. I believe you will have your stimulus soon, it’s headed to Biden’s desk for a Friday signing. But let me guess, you want to feign outrage that it’s $1,400 and not $2,000.

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