And another area where I'll break with the far left and even some mainstream Dems - I don't see what the problem is in having an income limit in terms of who gets relief and who doesn't.
AFAIK, there *is* a limit and everything I've heard from the left is that want that, they don't want well-to-do people getting it. The issue is that, if you want the relief to go out fast, you can't do it on a complicated case-by-case basis. You have to just pick a $-number of cash relief per person *and* set a cap on how much an adult can earn and still get it. Anything else is way too complicated to happen anytime soon.
So, you pick a $-number and you pick an income-cap-number, and you do it. The $-number per person is $1400 (which ain't much). The income cap is to be decided. Biden started with an income cap of $150K per person mainly so the opposition could get focused on that and talk him down to a lower number. Last I heard it's $75K income per adult. That's a low cap for people where the cost of living is high, but a high cap in East Bumfrick Iowa. But so it goes. You gotta pick arbitrary things like that or else it will take forever.
And if somebody gets a few bucks too much, well, that's the very least of our problems right now.