California Gov. Newsom proposes $400 inflation relief checks for eligible registered vehicle owners
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday an $18.1 billion package aimed at relieving inflation for struggling Californians.
proposed relief programwould include $400 checks to all eligible registered vehicle owners in the state. The proposal comes as drivers face record gas prices."We enacted the most comprehensive economic stimulus program in the nation last year, getting billions in immediate relief to millions of Californians. But many folks are still struggling, especially with high costs due to inflation, so we’re leveraging this historic surplus to get money back into the pockets of Californians," said Newsom.Read more: FOX Business »
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Where is a California getting all this cash? Major city giving “basic income” checks to everyone... Now this? More checks is more inflation. Are they stupids ? If California has a 100 billion surplus, obviously it's taxing too much. Why not cut some taxes or is handing out crumbs by the all knowing governor all you get.
Wow! Just wow! Some people live in an absolutely impenetrable dream world! Vote buying season. Another John Maynard Keynes economist. 🤣🤣 The go-to for left wing loons…pay them money and we’ll keep them dependent. If they buy me a house I’ll vote for them jn the midterms or a tesla Lmmmmmmaaaaoooooo. Print more money.
Hope all the democrat voters move to California!!!! California will one day become another Sri Lanka! Beautiful place to live but broke
Gov. Newsom announces record-setting $97.5 billion California budget surplusCalifornia expects to enter the next budget year with a record-setting $97.5 billion budget surplus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said. Shameful display of excessive taxation So this piece of shit is hoarding billions of our tax payer cash while our roads are filled with holes, our sidewalks are filled with tents and we're being overtaxed on every dime we make. Seems to make perfect sense. So this means one thing. We are being WAY OVER Taxed!
Just stop voting for him and you’ll save a whole lot more. This will cause more inflation He should probably help lower CA fuel costs. He acts like the money comes from thin air. Giving taxpayers their own money. The newest mantra of the woke: If we can't distribute wealth, we will destroy it. From wealth distribution to wealth destruction, a tested formula to equality misery.
Where did he get the money? California is broke You could probably sell this in California Drop the tax!!! He loves to spend the taxpayers money!
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Big fucking deal. Lol fuel to the fire Inflation relief thats inflationary. Omg How much for the second week? Or instead of giving out money they could just lower the price of fuel. Russia isn’t even affecting our gas prices. We get 8% from Russia. Theyre lying to you. just cut the Gas Tax .. that gives the money to the people who actually PAY it Dr Hairgel.
Also known as a tank of gas. This moron governor ought to take the money he's wasting on that nonsense and invest it in upgrading the States electrical grid so they don't have huge blackouts everytime the temperature goes above 80 degrees! Cause the only way to fight inflation is to spend more. Lol Democrats are intentionally making inflation worse.
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Makes complete economic sense in Bidens world. Oh the irony. What does he think caused the inflation, to begin with?!?!?
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The proposed relief program would include $400 checks to all eligible registered vehicle owners in the state. The proposal comes as drivers face record gas prices. "We enacted the most comprehensive economic stimulus program in the nation last year, getting billions in immediate relief to millions of Californians. But many folks are still struggling, especially with high costs due to inflation, so we’re leveraging this historic surplus to get money back into the pockets of Californians," said Newsom. California Gov. Gavin Newsom leaves a news conference after unveiling his proposed $286 billion 2022-2023 state budget during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Monday, Jan. 10, 2022. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli / AP Newsroom) He added, "This inflation relief package will help offset the higher costs that Californians are facing right now and provide support to those still recovering from the pandemic." Other areas of financial relief include public transportation and child care for low income families. Newsom's plan would offer these services for an even further subsidized rate, if not free of charge for a limited time. A further $1,500 in relief checks is proposed for hospital and nursing home staff "who have been delivering care to the most acute patients during the COVID-19 pandemic and saved thousands of lives." FILE - Gas prices are displayed at a gas station Friday, March 11, 2022, in Long Beach, Calif. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis / AP Newsroom) Over $1 billion would also be set aside to help residents pay their past-due utility bills, including electricity and water.