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ONE state is proposing a bonus $200 stimulus check for people earning under $75,000 per year ahead of the holidays.

People in Illinois could be getting the extra cash after the proposal was made by Republicans in the state's House of Representatives.

2People in Illinois may be getting some extra stimulus cashCredit: Getty

The proposal aims to help with rising inflation rates and would send $200 to people making less than $75,000 and $400 to joint filers making less than $150,000, according to WCIA.

GOP State Representative Tom Demmer said the support would "mirror" some of the financial aid given by the federal government in the past couple of years.

"$400 won't make all the problems go away but it could have a positive impact," he said.

"It could be an extra week or two of groceries, it could be a few extra utility bills or it could make the difference between being able to buy new shoes or winter coats for your kids."

Illinois is not the only state that's trying to help Americans in the run-up to the holidays.

Over in California, another batch of stimulus checks, worth up to $1,100, will be sent from November 29.

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Around nine million people are expected to receive the extra cash before the end of the year.

To qualify, your California Adjusted Gross Income (CAAGI) must be between $1 and $75,000.

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2020 tax returns must’ve been filed before October 15 in order to be eligible for the extra cash.

Payments are sent out based on the last three digits of residents’ zip codes.

For Californians with zip codes ending in 585-719, checks will be sent out from November 29 until December 13.

State stimulus checks are expected to be mailed to homes throughout December and into the new year.

Several other states have also come up with their own stimulus programs to help residents before the holidays.

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