Getting stimulus to some means hitting the streets; Relief is missing many who are living off the grid
Timothy Haberer is a house painter who picked up odd jobs before the crisis hit and hasn't worked since.
Homeless and living on the streets of Sarasota, Florida, he could use a $1,200 stimulus check as much as anyone in the country. But Haberer, an Army veteran, has come up empty so far.
"He applied for me on his phone," Haberer said, pointing at the groggy man trying to sleep in the mulch beside him. "But I haven't received anything."
Across the United States, millions of peop...