Here's a link to the text of the Stronger Way Act, co-sponsored by Democratic Senators Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and Cory Booker of New Jersey.
This is a bill to cut taxes on lower income workers and create a nationwide 'transitional' job program for the unemployed. This bill has no revenue component and represents a fierce break with the Pay-Go nonsense that has dominated Democratic Congressional fiscal policy proposals for the last few decades.
This bill lowers taxes on lower income workers in the vein of 'increasing incentives to work'. But the effect leaves more income in the pockets of lower income workers to spend. Lower income workers have the highest propensity to spend. So cutting their taxes increases total spending in the economy and that increases business activity requiring labor. The issue is not that people do not have proper incentives to work. The problem is that there are not enough reasonable job opportunities for everyone who is able and willing to work, which this bill addresses through the creation of 'transition' jobs to be defined later by the Department of Labor.