On Thursday night, Joe Biden rolled out a sweeping proposal for $1.9 trillion more in COVID-19 relief and stimulus spending.
"I believe we have a moral obligation," Biden said during a speech in Delaware announcing the plan. "In this pandemic in America, we cannot let people go hungry, we cannot let people get evicted, we cannot watch nurses, educators and others lose their jobs, we so badly need them. We must act now, and we must act decisively."
It's a massive proposal, and any final legislative text based upon it would no doubt be hundreds of pages (if not thousands). But here are some of the package's main provisions:
An additional $1,400 in "stimulus" checks to most Americans, upping the recently-passed $600 payouts to $2,000