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The House of Representatives is considering a $300-a-month car-owners’ stimulus package to counteract rising petrol prices.

Thousands of people have had to fill up their gas tanks since their jobs required them to get behind the wheel of a car, and Patrick Desage is no exception.

Desage entered a Sinclair gas station on Thursday, where the sign stated $5.29 and spent $124 without refueling his huge passenger van.

 

When he said “I spend this amount every three days,” he meant it literally.

Unlike the Child Tax Credit, which ended in December, a new idea filed on Capitol Hill would give drivers a $300 tax credit a month, but instead of stimulus flowing to parents, car owners would receive cash in their bank account.

There’s little doubt that Desage’s plan would make a dent, yet in reality, nothing much is accomplished. Two times my van has been filled to capacity.”

“I believed the money could do more for rideshare drivers like me and my wife,” said William Flournoy, a 71-year-old retired veteran.

He said, “She’s an Uber Eats driver,” to which she replied. Every evening, I sit down and work on this project. Just the rising cost of living is making it difficult to keep up,” he says.

The stimulus money concept should not be celebrated before understanding its bigger influence on the economy, according to economist Steven Budin.

According to him, “It’s excellent for public relations, but from an economic standpoint it’s not the best.”

Gas prices have risen due to a lack of supplies, according to Budin.

He said, “She’s an Uber Eats driver,” and she agreed. Every evening, I sit down and work on this project. It’s impossible to keep up with the rising costs of everything else, let alone the rent.

The stimulus money concept should not be celebrated before understanding its bigger influence on the economy, according to economist Steven Budin.

According to him, “It’s excellent for public relations, but from an economic standpoint it’s not the best.”

Gas prices have risen because of a lack of supply, according to Budin.

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