50 bipartisan House members unveiled a stimulus compromise called ‘March to Common Ground’ that included stimulus checks and more unemployment.
In a last-ditch attempt to pass some kind of economic stimulus package before the November election, a group of 50 bipartisan House members calling themselves the Problem Solvers Caucus unveiled a middle-ground proposal to help Americans and businesses still struggling from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Although the plan, dubbed “March to Common Ground,” includes policies that have broad public support—more stimulus checks, childcare, extra unemployment benefits, and the like—it doesn’t have much hope of passing in its current form. Here’s what you need to know:
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