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The House is expected to vote on a pair of immigration bills a month after the unveiling of a wide-ranging package — addressing topics including visas and border security — backed by President Joe Biden.

The recent stimulus bill in response to COVID-19 covers an array of initiatives and focuses less on businesses than the 2020 CARES Act. USAFacts digs into the numbers behind the original version of the House bill passed on February 27, 2021, whose estimated outlays added up to $1.9 trillion. While the $1.9 trillion cost estimate may be revised due to subsequent amendments, many major outlays are expected to remain at similar levels.

In 2019, 53% of families were invested in the stock market. While publicly traded stock comprises 24% of the wealth of white, non-Hispanic families, it makes up 13% of Black wealth and 10% of Hispanic wealth.