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Stimulus Check: States Join Hands To Fight Financial Distress

Stimulus Check announcement comes as a boon to the Americans. A huge chunk of the citizens has benefited from the much-needed financial backup. Common people, businessmen, and many others have already claimed their benefits. Since the time the administration of Joe Biden announced the Stimulus Checks, American citizens heaved a sigh of relief. Reports portray that financial aids have helped the citizens to focus more on productivity. Now they do not have to worry about their financial burden. Analysts reported a sharp decrease of 10% in defaulters since the onset of the aids.

From the onset of the pandemic, the world was plunged into darkness. America was no exception. The shutdowns impacted the economy to a great extent. People lost their jobs and many were underpaid. The amount of money provided by the government did not last long. Most of the people used it to pay off their debts. The citizens have demanded more stimulus checks but to no avail. In order to provide the citizens with relief, several states have joined hands. Let us look at some of the aids from the states.

Stimulus Check: Alaska, California And Others Chip In 

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A number of states have decided to provide their citizens with added-on money. The governor of Alaska, Mike Dunleavy has wished for a stimulus payment. He wants to roll out a $1236 check under the Permanent Fund Division. Gavin Newsom of California has designed the Golden State Stimulus II. These stimulus checks will provide up to $1100 assistance for eligible citizens. 

Stimulus Check has also been proposed by Colorado, Connecticut & Delaware. More and more states are joining to provide their residents with funds. These funds will definitely help the citizens cope with the financial instability in the future. 


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