The possibility of a new stimulus check is very high and real and can actually be implemented in many of the states of America. The most major point is that it will occur at state levels and the initiative will not be conducted by the Federal Government. The citizens understood that a new check from the Federal Government will not be issued as a Senate member from the Democrats announced his disinterest in distributing a new check.
11 States Are Launching Their Own Stimulus Check Payments
The decision of Democrats to not approve any more checks was based on the fact that they did not want to lose any votes. The Government is waiting for a far worse situation in the economy to again start distributing stimulus checks. In case the price of gas and basic necessities of life increases even more, then the Government might think about it.
In California, Gavin Newsom, the Governor, has announced a new round of checks for people who own at least one vehicle. Every registered vehicle owner will be given a stimulus check worth $400. This payment will be made available to the citizens by July if the proposal is successfully passed.
Brian Kemp, the Governor of Georgia, has also announced a bill that would provide a tax refund to the eligible residents of the state. A stimulus checks worth $250 will be given to single filers, $375 to the head of a family, and $500 to joint filers. Moreover, the Governor of Maine, Janet Wills has planned to distribute $850 to all the residents of Maine in this hard time of inflation.
Phil Murphy, the Governor of New Jersey, announced that a stimulus check of $500 will be authorized to all the residents who will file their tax return with the tax ID number instead of the Social Security Number.