In certain states, people could receive stimulus checks of $2k if they return to work

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Americans in some states could be in line to receive an extra stimulus check worth up to $2,000 if they return to the workplace.
The governors of Arizona and Kentucky were among lawmakers to launch initiatives — months before federal unemployment assistance payments ended on Sept. 6.
Republican Doug Ducey of Arizona proposed the Back to Work Plan in May.
Americans who landed a full-time job would receive a one-time stimulus check of $2,000, while there was a $1,000 cash payment for people who scored part-time positions.
Ducey wanted to get as many people as possible in the state to rejoin the workforce by Labor Day — Sept. 6, KOLD 13 reports.
Introducing the scheme, he said: “With ample supplies of the COVID-19 vaccine on hand and millions of Arizonans vaccinated, people feel safer and are finally returning to life in Arizona as we knew and loved it before.
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