Emergency cash transfer proposals (covid19tracker.ubicenter.org)
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TitleAuthor(s)DateBranchPartyMax $ per adultMax $ per childIncludes noncitizens?Includes nonfilers?Phase-inPhase-out start (singles/ married)Phase- out rateTax yearFrequencyStopping ruleUBI?Notes
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Final CARES ActSenateMarch 25SenateBoth$1,200$500YesYes (using Social Security benefit statements)No$75,000/$150,0005%2019, or 2018 if haven't filed yet (uses SS statements for those haven't filed 2018 either)One-timeN/ANot UBI
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AmashJustin AmashMarch 24HouseInd$1,250$500YesYesNoN/AN/AN/AMonthly3 monthsUBIUp to 3 months unless lockdowns end sooner, then can be renewed as needed.
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Take Responsibility for Workers and Families ActHouse DemocratsMarch 23HouseDem$1,500$1,500YesYesNo$75,000/$150,000Varies2020One-timeN/ANot UBIUp to 3 children. Households above phase-in threshold can repay in next year's taxes or over up to 3 years. Bases initial check on 2018 or 2019 income, then revised in the future based on 2020 tax return.
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CARES Act v2Senate RepublicansMarch 22SenateRep$1,200$500YesYes (using Social Security benefit statements)No$75,000/$150,0005%2019, or 2018 if haven't filed yet (uses SS statements for those haven't filed 2018 either)One-timeN/ANot UBITaxpayers must have $2,500 in qualified income to receive the $500 per child.
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Automatic BOOST to Communities ActRashida TlaibMarch 21HouseDem$2,000$2,000YesYesNoN/AN/AN/AOne-time $2,000 + $1,000 monthly$1,000/month ends one year after the coronavirus ends.UBISent as prepaid debit cards.
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CARES Act v1Senate RepublicansMarch 19SenateRep$1,200$500YesNoYes (with tax bill; $2,500 earnings required)$75,000/$150,0005%2019 or 2018 if haven't filed yetOne-timeN/ANot UBI-
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MnuchinSteven MnuchinMarch 19White HouseRep$1,000$500??????One-timeFurther rounds if the emergency persists.Not UBI-
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House Financial Services Committee (Waters)Maxine WatersMarch 18HouseDem$2,000$1,000YesYesNoN/AN/AN/AMonthlyDuration of the crisisUBI-
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Bennet/Booker/BrownMichael Bennet, Cory Booker, Sherrod Brown, Angus King, Chris Murphy, and Brian SchatzMarch 17SenateDem$2,000$2,000YesYes (must file 1040)No$90,000/$180,0005%2019Quarterly (max payment shrinks to $1,500 then $1,000)Varies by payment, based on HHS public health emergency, Treasury Economic Turmoil Determination, and unemployment rateNot UBI-
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CottonTom CottonMarch 17SenateRep$1,000$0YesNoNo$100,000/$200,000??One-timeN/ANot UBI-
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Emergency Family Relief Act of 2020 (Hawley)Josh HawleyMarch 17SenateRep$1,288$420No?No$50,000/$100,0005%Most recent of 2018 or 2019MonthlyRest of 2020Not UBILimited to households where the child's school closed or childcare is unavailable, or when an adult lost income due to the crisis. Amount based on size: 2=$1,288, 3=$1,446, 4=$1,786, +$420 for each additional member.
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Emergency Money for the People Act (Khanna/Ryan v2)Ro Khanna and Tim RyanMarch 17HouseDem$2,000$0?YesNo$130,000?2019Monthly6 months, with possibility of renewal after thatNot UBI-
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KennedyJoe Kennedy IIIMarch 17HouseDem$4,000$1,000YesYesNo$100,000??One-timeN/ANot UBI$2,000 per adult plus $2,000 for those with income under $100,000.
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OmarIlhan OmarMarch 17HouseDem$1,000$500YesYesNoN/AN/AN/AOne-timeN/AUBI-
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SandersBernie SandersMarch 17SenateDem$2,000$2,000YesYesNoN/AN/AN/AMonthlyDuration of the crisisUBI-
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RomneyMitt RomneyMarch 16SenateRep$1,000$0?YesNoN/AN/AN/AOne-timeN/AUBI-
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H.Res. 897 (Gabbard)Tulsi GabbardMarch 12HouseDem$1,000$0NoYesNoN/AN/AN/AMonthlyPublic health emergency endsUBI-
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Khanna/Ryan v1Ro Khanna and Tim RyanMarch 12HouseDem$1,000$0?YesNo$65,000?2019Monthly6 months, with possibility of renewal after thatNot UBI-
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