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Stimulus Checks For A Few People

The next round of stimulus checks in the United States of America is very unlikely to take place. The federal government has not made any such official statements on whether they will be providing the money or not. However, some of the states have decided to provide the people with another round of federal aid payments. Like in the state of California, Governor Gavin Newsom, has approved of providing money to the people. According to the rules, a number of Californians will be receiving a total of 600 USD stimulus checks in the month of September. However, they must pass an eligibility test according to which the minimum income must be 30,000 USD per annum and the maximum income must not exceed 75,000 USD. 

Stimulus Checks- Who Provided Those?  

The other states that will provide the stimulus checks to the people are Florida, California, Texas, Maryland, Michigan, Georgia, and New Mexico. The state budget of Florida was approved by governor Ron DeSantis. He is from the Republican party. This took place in the month of June. The budget has provisions concerning the financial budget to be provided to the people of the states.

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Accordingly, the state provides a total of 1000 USD as stimulus checks. When it comes to Texas, there is no such provision that has been approved until now saying that the state government will provide the money to the people. However, the teaching staff has received extra money as “one-time payments.”  The amount provided is 2000 USD. 

The state of New Mexico claimed that the residents were to submit an application in order to receive the stimulus checks. Following this, the officials of the state made an announcement this week stating that about 6,400 residents of the state submitted the applications. The total amount of money allotted is said to be 5 million USD. And the amount of the relief aid check is 750 USD.

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