The Big 'Stimulus Checks': Where Biden’s Stimulus Payments Went
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Peter Suciu

U.S. Economy, Americas

The federal governments recently began distributing money from the CARES Act and American Rescue Plan to the states, with about $350 billion set aside for state and local aid. 

Here's What You Need to Remember: There are also multiple federal agencies handling the money, including the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery and the CARES Act Congressional Oversight Commission, are handling the money at the federal level, and both are understaffed, due...

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