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Mile High

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  1. On this board there is a poll where around 20% wont or may not get a shot. I expect that to be true national wide
  2. I'm pretty sure I voted yes. Since I'm just a few days away from my second shot so not changing my mind.
  3. That brings us to the question of what’s actually in the bill. Republicans have raised this question throughout the discussion of Biden’s proposal, in some cases exaggerating the nature of the spending that’s not tied directly to COVID-19 containment. A long list of initiatives is clearly related to the pandemic, however. About 22% of the total bill comes from the $422 billion set aside for $1,400-per-person stimulus checks. Another 13% ($246 billion) is for extending additional unemployment funding of $400 a week. A combined 12% is going to: Subsidized COBRA for laid-
  4. So you didn't say? Democrats (and Democrats only) prioritized impeachment over pandemic relief. End of story.
  5. The Democratic house passed the Cashact on December 28th. The impeachment vote by the house was on January 13th. The Democrats didnt even take control of the Senate until January 19th.
  6. In a divided country everything one side does has everything to do with what the other side does.
  7. House passed a bill on December 28 for getting checks to people. The president said he would sign it. Why did the Senate never vote on that bill?
  8. It's going to be awesome the next 2 years watching the Democrats pass legislation and the Republicans crying about it.
  9. The two senators from Gerorga weren't sworn in until January 19th so let's start the clock from there.
  10. Just a matter of time before Mother Nature slaps mankind back to the stone age. Just hope everyone I know is dead and gone before it happens.
  11. That brings us to the question of what’s actually in the bill. Republicans have raised this question throughout the discussion of Biden’s proposal, in some cases exaggerating the nature of the spending that’s not tied directly to COVID-19 containment. A long list of initiatives is clearly related to the pandemic, however. About 22% of the total bill comes from the $422 billion set aside for $1,400-per-person stimulus checks. Another 13% ($246 billion) is for extending additional unemployment funding of $400 a week. A combined 12% is going to: Subsidized COBRA for laid-
  12. Your right not big projects just 101.5 million for the two jobs. Still work so why cry about that.
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