I agree that undocumented people are people and deserve respect but the fact that they are undocumented means they are hard to reach with aid anyway. They don't have social security numbers, we don't have their address on file.
"My biggest concern is with middle and lower/working class families, wondering if the stimulus will be enough to keep people in their homes, fed, etc."
I'm confused by this. If they are still employed, their ability to stay in their homes, get fed, etc. is unchanged from where they are pre-crisis. If they are unemployed/furloughed, they qualify for unemployment under the new, temporary rules even if not under the normal rules and get access to the $600/week (plus what they qualify for under normal rules) for four months, which should be more than enough to replace the income for people in the middle and bottom alongside their part of the cash payments. I guess we'll see how robust the administrative function of it is to get everything distributed, but other than the undocumented population (and I suppose people who lose some but not enough income to qualify for unemployment), I don't see how anyone who was managing pre-crisis won't manage during the crisis, at least for the next four months. The big question mark is health costs, a huge question in our system even in better times. Hopefully they are able to do another bill that speaks specifically to costs attributable to COVID...a special Medicaid eligibility or something like we do with kidney failure.