"There's no time waste—we have to act, and we have to act now," the President-elect said in an address outlining his “American Rescue Plan.”
But it's still not clear how long the individual states will take to get the payments out.
Insert dark joke about Trump’s terrible deal-making here.
But don't get excited: It would be much smaller than the first time. And then there's the unemployment cuts.
The Vermont senator also has something to say about liability protections for corporations.
"One thing I’ve learned during all of this is that it doesn’t matter how cautious or responsible I am—my livelihood also depends on the public."
Without another pandemic stimulus package, the holidays could look bleak for many Americans.
Just 27 percent of the jobs tracked by VICE News paid an average graduate salary of £24,546.
“The situation was bad, but I didn’t have to worry about it getting worse. I didn’t feel anxious about my salary cut, instead I felt stable and safe.”
From lockdown break-ups to unsuccessful job applications, 2020 has been the year of bad news.
Young high earners are finding themselves in dire financial straits after being made redundant in the pandemic.