last week, the White House ended with a new round of negotiations on the economic stimulus bill. The two sides still have differences on key issues, making it difficult to reach an agreement in principle. < / P > < p > in May this year, an economic stimulus plan was passed, with the amount of 3.4 trillion US dollars, while the Republican plan is only 1 trillion US dollars. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that as a compromise, they proposed to reduce their $3.4 trillion proposal by $1 trillion, but the White House rejected their request. < / P > < p > a major difference between the two sides is whether to extend the $600 weekly unemployment benefit. The White House and the Republican Party in Congress think that the amount is too high, which is a blow to people’s enthusiasm to return to work, and hope to reduce the amount to $200. Others insist that this amount is necessary to ensure their livelihood and should be extended to January next year. < / P > < p > in addition, there is always a huge gap between the two parties on many issues, such as the cost of new coronavirus testing, funding for the reopening of schools, and providing financial assistance to states with shortage of funds. According to consumer news and business channel, US President trump bypassed Congress and unilaterally signed a series of executive orders on the 8th, extending the economic assistance program for Americans during the epidemic period, including continuing to provide unemployment benefits to the unemployed every week, but reducing the amount from the original $600 to $400. But the order will soon face legal challenges, as these projects require federal funds controlled by Congress. According to politico, Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer accused Trump’s policy of cutting vital unemployment benefits and failing to provide a line for the public. More than ten thousand American families are afraid of homelessness. < p > < p > in order to alleviate the impact of the epidemic on renters, the care bill introduced in March in the United States included a ban on eviction Tenant’s 120 day temporary ban. During this period, the landlord is not allowed to expel tenants who cannot afford the rent. On July 25, the suspension of eviction order was invalid, and the landlord could request the eviction with 30 days’ notice. < / P > < p > it is worth noting that the risk level of the epidemic is different for different races in the United States. For example, 31% of African American tenants said they could not afford the rent of last month, compared with 28% of Latino and 14% of white tenants.