The GOP senator is concerned about the $1.9 trillion relief plan's effects on the U.S. economy.
The Pennsylvania senator criticized aspects of the COVID-19 relief bill, as Republicans continue to brand it too costly and suggest money will be spent in areas it should not be.
Polling has shown many Americans have struggled to pay for basic living costs in recent months, as the COVID-19 continues to pose hardships across the nation.
Republicans continue to criticize the Democrats' relief plans, taking issue with the reconciliation process being used to push them through.
Economists acknowledge that many people earning $50,000 or more annually have resumed working since the CARES Act's passage last spring. While they are likely to save most of what they receive in stimulus payments, experts also anticipate a portion of those funds will reenter the economy eventually.
A new poll found that most voters believed the next stimulus bill should be Congress' main focus.
Activists questioned whether the Democrat would "stand in the way" of the proposed minimum wage hike.
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The London-based consultancy Capital Economics predicts that fewer workers will drag down China's economy.
Those who qualify for the check include residents enrolled in the CalWORKS program and Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants.
U.S. retail sales figures spiked by more than 5 percent in January, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released on Wednesday.
The Internal Revenue Service has provided an update on the first two rounds of Economic Impact Payments, as discussions continue over the prospect of a third.
The senator has previously opposed stimulus checks being sent out and has suggested aid should be done in a more targeted manner.
The Poor People's Campaign said in a statement that a meeting with the West Virginia senator who opposes the minimum wage hike could take place as early as this week.
The Democratic senator could block the minimum wage increase in a vote on the next COVID relief bill.
The Florida Republican governor said Sunday his state's housing and economic situation is "thriving."
Democrats are moving forward with a COVID-19 relief bill they could pass without Republican support.
Democrats celebrated the proposal's passage through committee, while Republicans warned it would cost jobs.
Multiple experts dispute the notion that those who do not immediately spend the proposed $1,400 stimulus checks back into the economy would be working against the stimulus effort.
"The American people are counting on Congress to meet this moment with bold, immediate action," House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E. Neal said in a Monday statement.
The clash over the eligibility criteria looks set to roll on, as the prospect of limiting who receives payments further splits lawmakers.
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The West Virginia Democrat has suggested that a figure between the president's proposal and that put forward by GOP senators could be agreed upon.
Polling has shown support for criteria to receive relief payments staying the same as well as backing for higher amounts, despite Republicans pushing to shift the goalposts.
The president has insisted he wants to "go big" on relief, but also wants to ensure bipartisan support for a further package.
President Joe Biden has recently met with Republican senators to discuss a bipartisan route forward on COVID-19 relief.
The president has spoken of his desire for bipartisanship, though some Democrats have suggested taking routes to move forward without Republican support.