The American Rescue Plan provides $20 billion in aid, but problems with the previous CARES Act rollout have made tribes vigilant.
Under the American Rescue Plan, eligible families could receive a monthly payment for each child under 18.
People with the lowest incomes spent theirs on necessities. The better-off spent on home improvements and vacations.
COVID has resulted in a wave of federal money directed at helping the roughly 580,000 people without stable shelter.
The money can be used for tenant-based rental assistance and property development to create more affordable housing.
The worst off are likely to use them to fend off economic disaster. The best off may well splurge.
Powell told lawmakers Tuesday that the “effect on inflation will be neither particularly large nor persistent,” from the $1.9 trillion rescue plan.
In the U.S., Black and Indigenous women are two to three times as likely to die from pregnancy-related causes in the first year as white women.
Deals and other offers are likely to appear online, where people have already been shopping during the pandemic.