Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders announced a deal Wednesday that would make California the latest and biggest state to provide direct payments to low-income residents struggling during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Three other states plus the District of Columbia have agreed to provide similar payments, though California’s is the most far-reaching, with an estimated 5.7 million households eligible.
These state payments are separate from the two issued by the federal government last year and a third round proposed by the Biden administration in its economic recovery package.
Here are the details of the California package and those in other states:
Who gets California stimulus checks and how much will they receive?
Source: WSJ – US News