A third stimulus bill was passed by and signed by President Biden on March 11, 2021. This bill aims to provide support as our national vaccination effort leads us to a saturation point (i.e., heard immunity), expected sometime in the summer of this year. So with all this federal spending, will the Government’s house of cards come crashing down soon after the coronavirus loosens its grip? Let’s explore where our real concerns should lay given all this.
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