House Democrats Reveal Economic Plan for Dealing with Coronavirus, Even Republicans Can Get on Board

In this crazy time that we are currently in, Washington really has a difficult task ahead of them.

With the spreading of the coronavirus throughout the country at an increasing rate, the stock market and the global economy is going nuts…not in a good way.

Everyone at the White House who is a part of the task force handling the coronavirus is doing an excellent job of staying ahead of everything.

Congress has been working quickly to try and put together a bill to deal with some financial aspects from the outbreak.

Pelosi said in a statement, “We cannot fight coronavirus effectively unless everyone in our country who needs to be tested knows they can get their test free of charge. We cannot slow the coronavirus outbreak when workers are stuck with the terrible choice between staying home to avoid spreading illness and the paycheck their family can’t afford to lose."

As much as I hate to agree with anything that Nancy Pelosi says, she's right about this. People would be reluctant to go get tested if they know they're going to have to pay for it. And the other thing she said about how we cannot slow down the virus is workers are forced to choose a paycheck or spreading the illness.

Desperate times call for drastic measures, and this certainly is one.

According to The Hill,

Central to the reforms, the proposal expands unemployment insurance — providing states with at least $1 billion to compensate for administrative costs and other contingencies arising as a result of the coronavirus response.

The bill also provides $500 million for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children to provide food assistance for low-income mothers who lose their jobs due to the coronavirus, as well as $400 million to help local food banks meet increased demand.

In the event of school closures lasting at least five consecutive days, the bill would also allow for emergency food stamps assistance for households with children who normally receive free or reduced-price meals at school.

The legislation further suspends work and work training requirements for food stamps.

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