Government plans to increase the amount of government support for Social Security by $4 billion by law.
In the coming years, the money will come from a new government program called supplemental security income (SSI), which is meant to compensate people with low income who do not receive Social Security benefits for medical expenses and care they need to live independently.
The program will be administered by the Labor Department, which has said it will be funded with the money it receives from the federal Social Security payroll tax.
The money will be used to help low-income workers and people who have recently received disability benefits, including the disabled.
It will be part of the broader effort to reduce the costs of Social Security.
The bill also includes a new funding plan for the U.S. Postal Service.
The USPS was expected to raise about $1.4 trillion for its fiscal year that began on Oct. 1, but has since been facing severe financial challenges and has been unable to meet its goals for the current fiscal year.
It had a budget shortfall of $600 million for fiscal year 2019 and was expected for a $1 billion deficit for fiscal 2019, which ended last week.