Who needs a second round of stimulus checks the most?
Millions of Americans are waiting for lawmakers on Capitol Hill to come to an agreement on a second coronavirus stimulus package. It's been months now since funds from the original CARES Act ran out. Dr. Lisa Cook, a professor of economics at Michigan State University and a former senior economist at the President's Council of Economic Advisers, discusses who needs a second round of stimulus the most, and why lawmakers should have a better system in place for the next economic crisis.
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