Does the SSI Restoration Act of 2021 stand a chance in Congress?

The Supplemental Security Income Restoration Act of 2021 is before the U.S. Congress, and it seems to be geared towards providing a better life for SSI recipients by increasing their benefit amounts to at least 100% of the federal poverty level; eliminating the “marriage penalty”; providing adjustments for inflation; and allowing recipients to have up to $10,000, instead of the current $2,000, stored away for emergencies.

I can’t think of a reason why this shouldn’t be slam dunk legislation-- except that Republicans have shown, um, a hesitancy in passing any legislation to improve the lives of American people, especially if it’ll make a Democratic president look good.

So, what are the chances of getting this through Congress? I could sure use the money.