Despite a last-minute objection — from the objectionable Marjorie Taylor Greene (R.) who called the much-needed bill a  ‘waste of money and a complete waste of time’ — the $1.9 T stimulus sailed through the House and now Biden will rubber-stamp it.

Along with the stimulus checks, it includes measures that are estimated to slash poverty by a third this year, potentially cut child poverty in half, and includes expansions of tax credits, food aid and rental and mortgage assistance.

The $1,400 direct checks could be sent out to Americans as early as this week.


Nancy Pelosi brings it home.