- Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari told CBS “Face the Nation” on Sunday the recovery from the pandemic is stalling and called for more for fiscal aid.
- He said: “If 11 million Americans can’t pay their bills, can’t put food on the table, can’t make their credit card payments, their car payments, that has spillover effects to other sectors of the economy.”
- Democrats rejected an increased offer of $1.8 trillion in fiscal aid by the White House over the weekend.
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Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday the strong recovery seen in the US economy in recent months has “flattened” out and called on lawmakers in Washington to reach an agreement on another round fiscal aid.
“The recovery, the