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Amidst a bevy of coronavirus relief proposals, Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) announced new legislation Saturday morning that would provide every person in America, regardless of citizenship state or age, with a pre-loaded debit card.
Tlaib’s plan calls for giving a debit card with $2,000 to every person in the country, including children, illegal immigrants, and “temporary visitors whose stay exceeds three months.”
The debit card would fill up with an extra $1,000 for every month of the crisis until one year after the pandemic is over, and anyone with a card could withdraw the full balance from an ATM.
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