According to the official news coming in from the White House, there is currently no plan in place to keep the federal stimulus check payments among American citizens. However, this has also resulted in several states issuing their own payments to the individuals in the state. There are close to 11 states that have already started granting money to most of the struggling families that are suffering from inflation and stagnant low wages in these states. It is of great fortune that the state governments did step up with new funds for the residents to help them out with tax relief and gas prices- among other payments.
Several States Have Been Issuing Stimulus Check Payments
In the state of California, the Governor has proposed issuing debit cards to most of the car owners in the state with $400 for fuel. It has also been reported that every family will have a maximum of two gas cards. And if the proposal gets passed in Congress, the citizens will be seeing the stimulus check gas cards coming out in early July.
In the state of Georgia, the refunds will be provided to citizens which are in the range of $250 to $500. It has also been reported that single filers would be receiving a sum of $250, while heads of households will be receiving a sum of $375, and married couples who did file jointly would be receiving a sum of $500.
In the state of Hawaii, Governor David Ige went on to propose a stimulus check payment of $100 for all state residents. The residents of the state that earn less than $100,000 will have the right to get a payment of $300. Meanwhile, it is being understood that people who earn more than $100,000 will simply receive a payment of $100. In the state of Idaho, Governor Brad Little went on to approve a rebate of 12% to the citizens of the state.
In the state of Illinois, Governor J.B. Pritzker did approve a stimulus check rebate of $100 per adult along with a $50 rebate for dependents.