Business Owners React to $100 Billion in Recovery Funds Set Aside in State Budget – NBC 7 San Diego

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a $262.6 billion budget Tuesday. The budget represents an agreement between Newsom and the state’s top two legislative leaders, all Democrats.

The budget sets aside $100 billion for various forms of pandemic relief, and some of it is going to land in the pockets of qualifying San Diegans in the form of stimulus checks, small business grants and rent relief.

Here’s a look at what’s in the budget:

Cash for Businesses and Most Taxpayers

The budget includes $8.1 billion in rebates for most taxpayers. The amount depends on income, children and how taxes have been filed.

Adults with children who earn $30,000 a year or less will get $500. That’s in addition to the $600 checks they got earlier this year, for a total of $1,100.

Bryan c. – north park

“I’m working like two jobs, I get like one day off and even then, I’m barley making rent, so it would definitely help me out a lot, for…

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