The economic stimulus bill, formally known as the Job Creation and Recovery Act of 2017, was introduced in the House on Tuesday.
Its main thrust is to boost the economy by increasing demand for goods and services.
But the bill is also likely to have an impact on how we get the goods and the services we need to support growth.
It contains several provisions that have been long-time goals of the Obama administration, including: The extension of unemployment benefits for more than six months.
The unemployment benefits will be extended through March 31, 2019.
It will also extend the emergency unemployment insurance benefits for up to six months and the long-term care insurance benefits that cover workers who have lost their jobs.
And it will give workers an additional two weeks of unemployment compensation to help them pay the cost of living.
The bill also increases food stamps, unemployment insurance and Medicaid by an average of $2 billion over the next decade.
These measures are intended to help the middle class and low-income Americans.
The Senate is expected to take up the bill this week.
The economic recovery act is expected, too, to get the attention of the Congress.
The House is expected also to pass the bill, with its version set to be the first major legislation to deal with the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
It has not been formally introduced by either chamber yet.
And the White House has not yet released any details of its proposed stimulus package.
Here’s a look at how this all fits together.
The job creation bill is a boon for the US economy.
The government already spends about $8 trillion a year on unemployment benefits and emergency unemployment benefits.
That is a huge amount of money that is supposed to be used to create jobs and provide jobs for the people who need them most.
This legislation would create at least one million jobs in the first year of its implementation.
The Economic Recovery Act has been passed by Congress in every Congress since 2009.
The most recent version of the legislation, passed in 2017, included $1.5 trillion in stimulus.
It was a major boost for the U.S. economy and helped the U-S-A economy grow by about 5 percent a year from 2015 to 2020.
That was enough to help to create enough jobs to keep pace with the economic growth rate of the past three decades.
But now, the recovery bill has been delayed and a separate version will be introduced by Congress.
There is no immediate timetable for when the legislation will get to the president’s desk.
But this is a very important piece of legislation.
The stimulus act is the stimulus to help make the economy grow again.
The administration has said it would be a major factor in helping the economy recover from Hurricane Harvey and the effects on the economy and jobs of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
And in addition to the stimulus, the economic bill will also have a huge impact on the federal deficit.
That’s because it contains $2 trillion in spending that Congress would have to pass again to get it to Obama’s desk, a $2.6 trillion increase over the last Congress.
And that $2,6 trillion is likely to be passed by the time the economic recovery bill is passed.
So there are two important pieces of the stimulus act that will be important for the United States economy going forward.
And both of them are part of the economic plan outlined in the bill.
How do we get all of this done?
The economic rescue act is one of the most important pieces to the package, but it is not yet on the president, the House, or the Senate’s agenda.
The White House and Congress are expected to release a separate bill in the coming days that would outline exactly how the administration will pay for this economic recovery package.
That bill is expected in the next few weeks.
But for now, what the president is proposing is a pretty significant boost for economic growth in the United State.
And this is going to make the economic package much more significant, which means that it will likely be the stimulus bill of the next year.