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Jarerin Chung, of South Korea

Well, I'm not a recipient so I don't know how people are going to react, really. But, I think it's something that's going to help a lot of people. From my perspective, America is a very consumer-based system so I think it's going to be helpful to the U.S economy and the system in place. It's kind of helpful for people to buy whatever they need but I don't think it's going to be a big help, overall.

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Joey Lewis, of Marshall County

I probably won't be really affected. It will be supplemental to what I already have. I'm retired, so it's not a big deal as far as that part is concerned. I think it will help a lot of people who need help right now, but it won't materially affect my life.

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Kobe Kendall, of Symsonia

It doesn't impact me too much, because I live with my parents but it gave me the opportunity to pay off my car. I start school in the fall, at WKCTC, and it gave me the opportunity to buy a school laptop without going into debt. I can also pay my car insurance and my Verizon bill, so it's less to worry about.

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Lyndsi Knees, of Paducah

It definitely helps ease the anxiety of not being able to pay for my utilities, rent and any other bill I might have.