$1,400 cheques to be mailed to New Yorkers in coming weeks, says Sen. Schumer

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    Democratic Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer said Sunday that “help is on the way” for New Yorkers as $1,400 cheques will be mailed to most residents and businesses affected by the pandemic in the coming weeks.

    This came one day following the passage of President Joe Biden’s $1.9-trillion COVID-19 relief plan.

    The final bill includes $400 billion in one-time payments of $1,400 to most Americans, $300 a week in extended jobless benefits for the 9.5 million people thrown out of work in the crisis, and $350 billion in aid to state and local governments that have seen the pandemic blow a hole in their budgets.

    The Senate voted 50-49, with no Republicans supporting what would be one of the largest stimulus packages in U.S. history.

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