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Deals and other offers are likely to appear online, where people have already been shopping during the pandemic.
Lots of low- and middle-income folks who didn’t qualify for subsidies before will now.
Those who have already paid off debt and built up their savings may be ready to spend tax refund money.
Wendy Edelberg from Brookings evaluates what the Republican and Democratic relief proposals could mean for GDP.
After the Civil War, companies didn’t want to reach into their own pockets to pay recently freed enslaved people.
Back in March, many people didn't spend all of their relief money right away. That may be more difficult this time around.
The money will let agencies avoid doomsday scenarios of thousands of layoffs and drastic service cuts.
The measure includes money that will allow the airline industry to bring back furloughed workers through March.