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@B4M8GLNWomen’s Equalityfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…1wk

@Daniel-Barton-Je…Libertarian from New York answered…3wks

Yes but only if citizens need it otherwise citizens should work and earn their money as individuals through private enterprise not overly relying on Government checks all the time.

@9HHTRNWTranshumanist from Connecticut answered…2yrs

Yes, but in the form of employing those furloughed and unemployed for community service projects

@9HHS4DTWorking Family from Michigan answered…2yrs

@9RXDFKRTraditional Unionist Voice from Florida answered…1yr

Yes, but in the form of tax breaks and public works projects that will be paid for by tariffs.

@9RJZKS2Veteran from Illinois answered…1yr

@9QV8FR6Veteran from Michigan answered…2yrs

No because if we are in recession and people aren't paying their taxes, how will the government come up with the money to give out stimulus checks without going into a lot more debt?

@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…2yrs

there should be no monetary currency system. this would end the need for an economy and therefore end any recessions or economic crisis.

@9Q4TPQMConstitution from New Jersey answered…2yrs

It should only help out in situations like Covid-19 where majority of Americans lost their jobs.

@9Q37Y8DRepublican from Connecticut answered…2yrs

The government should issue a national economic plan every decade that specifies a specific goal with rewards based on meeting milestones. For example, say it is the 1960's and the Space Race is in full swing. The government should issue a national plan for the development of space related technologies with rewards for meeting goals such as a functional EVA suit, a powerful enough computer to calculate a moon landing, or a functional capsule for crew. By having a clear and defined goal to work towards, the nation can unify towards that objective, therefore boosting patriotism and the economy.

@9PZKXH4Peace and Freedom from Utah answered…2yrs

Yes, provide tax breaks for lower income citizens, the government should intervene to boost a recovery, increased spending on infrastructure, and assist sectors most heavily hit by the recession

@9PTVZ5RWomen’s Equalityfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

@9PGTR59Transhumanist from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

Yes, in prolonged times of recession. Some market correction is healthy. When the recessions persists, the government should step in to spur recovery.

@9PD2BWYLibertarian from California answered…2yrs

The government should not shut down private businesses, so there would be no need for stimulus.

@9P383QJIndependent from Texas answered…2yrs

@9NDFQZVWorking Family from Indiana answered…2yrs

Yes, but only help those individuals that were unemployed because of the recession and not to those who were unemployed before the recession.

@9N9LFR2Veteran from Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes--- In the form of a UBI lasting only the duration of the recession.

@9N928CYVeteran from Minnesota answered…2yrs

Yes, but should not then be able to tax citizens on the economic stimulus they receive as income.

@9N7FC4MWomen’s Equalityfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

Yes, but in the form of investment packages over plain-old bailout packages. This would increase capital participation and demand in the stock market, as well as serving as a second stream of revenue for the government.

@9MVCKC6Conservativefrom Oregon  answered…2yrs

Yes, by investing vast amounts of money into industries most affected by a recessions and creating comprehensive public works programs to bolster productivity.

@9MMKMC6Peace and Freedom from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but the government should also drastically reduce spending at the same time.

@9MB533SWorking Family from Florida answered…2yrs

@9M8TVC7Veteran from Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes and the government should drastically reduce spending during recessions in other unnecessary areas

@9M6T65VAmerican Solidarity from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if the funds are actually available. Government should not go into more debt.

@9M6MXVFWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, in the form of tax breaks for low income citizens and by assisting small sectors heavily hit by the recession.

@9LSWHR4Women’s Equality from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Yes, for citizens not businesses. Current form of desired Capitalism dictates hands off by government, do businesses make or die on their own preparations and savvy.

@9LP2MF5Veteran from Kansas answered…2yrs

Yes, but set parameters for qualification. We were blessed to have kept our jobs so for our family it was "extra money", but for others it allowed them to buy groceries and pay rent. Amounts should be fair according to their circumstances.

@9LLR88ZVeteran from Idaho answered…2yrs

If the government enforces lock-downs on businesses and business employees, the government should be responsible for recompensating the businesses.

@9LKQPJMWorking Family from Tennessee answered…2yrs

Yes but only to taxpayers anyone who had avoided paying taxes or has a criminal record should be disqualified

@9LKBF8TConstitution from California answered…2yrs

If we are not paying our taxes for things like this what are we paying our taxes for. Funds should not go to businesses.

@9KNNZYKVeteranfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

The government should only intervene if it can provide revenue neutral solutions, such as infrastructure improvements that "pay for themselves" through tolls or other fees.

@9KNBTCHVeteran from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, but proportional to their typical wage. And give an incentive to take a different job until their current position is once again available. There are ‘Now Hiring’ signs all over in many industries.

@9JWYKFZDemocrat from Minnesota answered…2yrs

Yes, and make any stimulus money given to citizens not taxable, meaning come tax season any income from stimulus checks is not to be considered/included for tax purposes.

@9JVNNB7Republican from Texas answered…2yrs

Normally, no, but since the government caused the recession by locking down the country for covid, then yes.

@9JTSBS9Independent from Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes, but it should be directed at service companies (mortgage companies, apartment complexes, utility companies) to allow them to suspend payments for account holders without the need to collect additional payments on the back end.

@9JBL47NAmerican Solidarity from Utah answered…2yrs

Yes, but in the form of tax breaks for low income citizens and higher taxes for the Whaley and international corporations.

@T6QRHMVeteran from Arizona answered…2yrs

@9J5KZXZIndependent from New York answered…2yrs

Yes, but it should not be counted towards your income Tax return.


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