Many sweeping provisions in the stimulus will expire in one year, whereas the New Deal created lasting social programs.
The poorest households, which need the money the most, had significant problems getting their $1,200 and $600 payments.
The Senate still has options to push it through, but centrist Democrats don’t want to buck procedure to make it happen.
Further, the CBO often culls negative effect studies to critique a $15 minimum wage, stoking resistance to an increase.
The Congressional Budget Office said raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025 would benefit 27 million workers.
They argue the rollback would free up hundreds of billions in revenue which could be used to help struggling families.
Senate Republicans have proposed a majorly trimmed down version of Biden’s coronavirus stimulus package.
Khanna argues this approach would fuel the widespread view that the government doesn’t care about the middle class.
The effort comes after blocking a vote on a House-passed bill that would provide $2,000 direct payments.
President Donald Trump’s attempt at sabotage could derail congressional efforts to protect the economy.