Citizens can seek the guaranteed income program. The program envisages paying $1,000 to eligible recipients for 17 months beginning this week as reported by the-sun.com.
According to the West Hollywood Pilot for Guaranteed Income (WHPGI), citizens can apply from February 25. The first payments will start on April 15.
The lucky 25 people will be selected by lottery from the people who have applied for the scheme. The lucky 25 will receive $1,000 a month for a period of 17 months under the California program. The applications will be open from Friday, February 25, till Sunday, March 6.
Proposed legislation envisages giving a quarter-million Americans another round of stimulus payments worth $600. Oregon Democratic lawmakers have reached an agreement and have approved the plan.
Many states didn’t offer return-to-work money
Numerous states such as Idaho, Illinois, Florida, and Kansas have preferred not to introduce the return-to-work incentive once the unemployment assistance scheme has ended.
Maine offered return-to-work checks
Maine Governor Janet Mills has decreed those workers who start jobs between June 15 and June 30 will receive a $1,500 payment or a $1,000 check for Americans who return to work in July. The Governor added that the cash would reach 7,500 people living in the state. The scheme is open.
The program was open to American Citizens who received unemployment benefits ending May 29. Additionally, they accepted a full or part-time role that paid less than $25 an hour and had to stay in the job for eight weeks.
Kentucky’s return to work ‘stimulus’ scheme
Kentucky Gov Andy Beshear said that up to 15,000 residents in the state would be entitled to a $1,500 bonus if they returned to the workplace.
Gov Andy Beshear said: “We want every Kentuckian working and participating as we sprint out of this pandemic with our economy booming. We wanted the right solution – not a red state or blue state solution – to thread this needle right to energize our thriving economy while looking out for those still trying to emerge from this once-in-a-lifetime pandemic that desperately needs help.”
Stimulus checks for returning to work, Arizona
Gov Ducey hopes to get as many Americans in Arizona to return to work. 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. People are back in the office; restaurants are at full capacity, and tourists are flocking to our state.”