Breaking Down Biden's American Rescue Plan
- President Biden’s American Rescue Plan
- Creating a national coronavirus vaccination plan and improve access to testing
- Offering assistance to the hardest hit communities and groups
- Implementing 100,000 new public health jobs
- Providing additional resources to long-term care facility employees
- Introduce better safety efforts in state and federal prisons
- Ensuring frontline workers have adequate PPE
- Advancing COVID-19 research
- Supporting global efforts to combat COVID-19
- Helping schools safely reopen
- Implementing paid leave programs
- Provide stimulus checks to individuals and families in need
- Boosting tax credits for families
- Extending unemployment benefits
- Offering assistance to homeowners, renters, and small landlords
- Addressing the food security crisis
- Raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour
- Providing affordable child care and relief to child care workers
- Expanding health insurance coverage
- Making access to behavioral health resources more accessible
- Expanding veteran health benefits
- Supporting Tribal responses to COVID-19
- Providing funding for gender-based violence
- Offering another round of PPP to small businesses
- The bottom line
President Biden’s American Rescue Plan
- Aid for low-income individuals in the form of stimulus checks, eviction and forbearance protections, increased efforts to speed up vaccinations and testing, unemployment extensions and increases, guaranteed paid leave extensions, health care expansion, boosting the minimum wage, childcare financial assistance efforts, and food security protections.
- Assistance for the hardest-hit communities in the form of emergency funding for programs, PPE, virus tests, and vaccine supplies, and food security responses.
- A plan for reopening schools by providing funding so schools can prepare to reopen while keeping staff and students safe.
- Help for small businesses in the form of PPP, providing funding to child care businesses, and offering small landlords aid.
- General aid in the form of new public health jobs, creating a national vaccination program, increasing testing efforts, more focus on studying the effects of the coronavirus, and solidifying the country’s place in the global community.
Creating a national coronavirus vaccination plan and improve access to testing
Offering assistance to the hardest hit communities and groups
Implementing 100,000 new public health jobs
Providing additional resources to long-term care facility employees
Introduce better safety efforts in state and federal prisons
Ensuring frontline workers have adequate PPE
Advancing COVID-19 research
Supporting global efforts to combat COVID-19
Helping schools safely reopen
Implementing paid leave programs
Provide stimulus checks to individuals and families in need
Boosting tax credits for families
Extending unemployment benefits
Offering assistance to homeowners, renters, and small landlords
Addressing the food security crisis
- Extended and increased SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits
- Additional funding for WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children)
- Partnerships with American restaurants to help address this issue while keeping restaurant workers in business
- Food relief for families in Puerto Rico, Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
Raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour
Providing affordable child care and relief to child care workers
Expanding health insurance coverage
Making access to behavioral health resources more accessible
Expanding veteran health benefits
Supporting Tribal responses to COVID-19
Providing funding for gender-based violence
Offering another round of PPP to small businesses
The bottom line
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