- One step before President Biden’s stimulus package is approved by the Senate, we tell you what are the key dates you should know
- The Senate is expected to approve the third economic aid package for COVID-19 in the first week of March
- Biden is expected to have the bill on his desk before unemployment benefits expire on March 14.
One step before President Joe Biden’s stimulus package that includes direct payments of $ 1,400 is approved by the Senate, we tell you what are the dates keys that you should know regarding the third check.
March 1-5: It is expected that the first week of March the Senate meets to discuss the bill on the economic package that was approved by the House of Representatives on Friday, February 26.
March 8 to 12: If everything goes as expected, during the week of March 8 to 12 the senators would take the bill to the plenary session and if approved, they would send it back to the House of Representatives with some possible adjustments to that it can be sent to President Biden for his signature and thus become law.
March 14: Many Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, have said the bill could be on Biden’s desk by March 14, the same day federal unemployment benefits expire. .