The one platform to make the demand for the federal aid stimulus check payments is “Change.org.” It is an online petition where people are placing their demand for money from their government. It was started by a woman called Stephanie Bonin. She hails from the state of Colorado and is one of those people who were seriously economically affected by the ongoing pandemic. The petition demands the federal government to provide them a total of 200 USD stimulus check federal aid payments for adults and 1000 USD for children. The total number of signatures earned by the stimulus check federal aid petition as of now is 2.9 million.
Existing Stimulus Check
There are a few states that have either provided financial aid to the residents or have already done it in the absence of the financial aid payments. They include California, Texas, New Mexico, Tennessee, Colorado, Maryland, New York, Georgia, Michigan, Alaska, Arkansas, Mississippi, West Virginia, and the state of Florida. The system of providing financial aid payments in the United States of America has shifted towards the state.
As of now, it is the states that are providing the money to the people. In Florida, Ron DeSantis, the state governor, provided 1000 USD to the selected people like the teachers, paramedics, firefighters, and EMTs. The government of Colorado will receive the unemployment stimulus checks financial aid payments. In Maryland, residents are to receive money ranging from 300 USD to 500 USD. There are a few eligibility rules that are to be followed. The SCL, a Senior Citizen’s League, a non-political organization, is demanding the federal government to provide stimulus check payments to the elderly.