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Should there be another coronavirus stimulus bill?

While other countries like the United Kingdom and Canada have promised support for its citizens through regular payments until the end of the coronavirus crisis, the United States only passed a one-time corporate aid package which gave $1,200 to every American taxpayer (which will be deducted from the next year's tax refund), expanded unemployment benefits, while setting aside the lion's share of the $2 trillion aid bill for corporations. Many, especially Democrats, are calling for the government to do more to help people. One of the most popular ideas is a form of a universal basic income—pay the people directly every month so they can pay their bills and not starve. Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. However, others like Representative Thomas Massie and other libertarian-type thinkers believe that this is the wrong time for fiscal irresponsibility. Burdening future generations with massive debt will set the United States up for failure long term.

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Many argue the aid package recently passed by Congress is only a start—it doesn't come close to doing what must be done to keep the American economy in a place that can be restarted after the coronavirus outbreak has been brought under control. 

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Rep. Massie puts forward why he is opposed to the aid bill in its current form—it provides too much unaccountable money to corporations.

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