The Federal Government of the United States is not distributing previous stimulus check payments; however, some states have decided to launch the fourth round of stimulus checks. According to Marca sources, four new states have decided to distribute new stimulus checks this year. While it is true that not everyone will benefit from these checks, according to data, it will provide money to approximately 87 million people in those states.
Four new states will receive stimulus funds.
In New York, the state government has launched a check programme known as the Excluded Workers Fund, with a $2 billion budget, to assist undocumented workers who were unable to collect previous checks due to a lack of documentation. Previously, employees earning less than $26,208 received the stimulus check in 2020.
Indiana residents may be in luck this year, as they may be eligible for another stimulus check. According to Marca’s reports, a large surplus in this state’s budget has been discovered, so the government has decided to distribute a new check worth $125.
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a $286 billion budget for 2022. Despite the fact that there was no room in the budget for a new check proposal, the government has decided to help residents with tax rebates from the budget surplus.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is considering providing financial assistance to educators in the form of stimulus checks. Some eligible teachers will receive a one-time payment of around $1000 for the entire school year. This payment will be made to approximately 177,000 teaching staff members, including principals and teachers. Furthermore, the Governor intends to raise the minimum teacher salary from $40,000 to $47,500.