Critical Value #50 How Will the Coronavirus Spending Bill Provide Support During the Pandemic?
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The $2 trillion economic relief package passed last week is larger than any other plan of its kind in modern history. Who does it help and how? In the latest in a series of podcasts on the pandemic, host Justin Milner talks to the Tax Policy Center’s Mark Mazur, and Urban’s Jack Smalligan and Wayne Vroman about what’s in the law and how it provides support payments to Americans and expands unemployment insurance.

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Research Areas Taxes and budgets
Tags COVID-19 Federal budget and economy
Policy Centers Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center