The US citizens are suffering due to the continuous rise in inflation. The individuals are having a hard time bearing ordinary household expenses. As.com reports that the beneficiaries of third stimulus checks were more than 160 million.
The Senior Citizens League extends its voice and requests Congress to introduce a fourth stimulus check for Social Security beneficiaries. Congress suggests $1400 payments to help the citizens counter the enormous increase in inflation.
TSCL Requests $1400 Payments For Senior Beneficiaries
The Senior Citizens League has launched the campaign to affect the mindset of Congress authorities and force them into uh introducing the next round of stimulus payments. The chairman of TSCL payments worth $1400 for the soldier security beneficiaries. The amount will help the beneficiaries to manage the cost of living adjustment that has surpassed all records of the last four decades. The Bureau of labor statistics reports that the prices of products of 6.2 % more than the previous year. The major contributors to the inflation rise are the energy services.
The House of Representatives introduced the Build Back Better on November 19. The terms of the program do not have a mention of stimulus checks for the social security beneficiaries. However, the Build Back Better includes an extension of Medicare services and reducing prices of several drugs. As.com cited the tweet of Congressman Jamaal Bowman, it read, “It is astounding how quickly Congress moves weapons, but we can’t ensure housing, care, and justice for our veterans, nor invest in robust jobs programs for districts like mine.” Over a million supporters for the petition to introduce the fourth stimulus check.
Fourth Stimulus Check Might Affect The Build Back Better Act
Despite being a hot topic for discussion among the citizens, neither the government authorities nor lawmakers have considered the idea of fourth stimulus checks.
As.com reports that several leaders are skeptical about promoting the idea due to the fear that it might affect the development of the Build Back Better Act. The fate of the checks remains uncertain at present and can come to fruition If it garners adequate support from the Congressmen.