Why the New Bill that Trump Rejected is More than Just About Economic Relief

Many are confused on why Trump’s refusal to sign the new $900 billion COVID-19 relief package would lead to an impending government shutdown on Dec. 28 MN. Not many are in the know that the bill Trump was supposed to sign and approve last Tuesday is a hastily put up Omnibus Appropriations Bill. It was primarily the spending bill for several government agencies for the fiscal year 2021, which includes among many others, provisions for the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package. While Trump made the $600 stimulus paycheck as the main reason for his refusal to sign the Omnibus Appropriation …

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Trump and Biden Raising Funds for Election Lawsuits but with a Difference

As Trump insists he won the presidential election, his campaign team is raising funds to finance the legal costs of proving he lost due to election fraud. Trump supporters have been receiving emails in which donations are being solicited to financially support the filing of lawsuits filed in several stated to prove Trump won the presidency. Some Republican voters who received such emails spoke to the press people but on conditions of anonymity. While the emails gave estimates that the anticipated legal costs will amount to as much as $60 to $100 million, the donation page revealed additional information that …

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A Quick Look at the Differences of PPP in the HEROES Act vs. HEALS Act

While the House of Representatives passed a 4th coronavirus relief bill last May, the Senate House did not put it up for review before Congress went into an August recess. Instead, the Republican majority passed its own version, calling it the HEALS Act, as opposed to the Heroes Act passed by the House in May. The first distinguishing aspect about the Republucan’s HEAL Act is that the amount being pushed for by the Senate is only $1 trillion, which cuts down the $2.2. trillion of the original CARES Act. In contrast, the House of Representatives is proposing to increase the …

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