President Joe Biden spoke this afternoon on the overnight passage by the Senate of a blueprint for his $3.5 trillion budget plan to expand the social safety net.
President Joe Biden
With new cases of the Delta variant soaring, President Biden is expected to announce that all federal employees must be vaccinated or face weekly testing. This comes as Pfizer is again making the case that booster shots may be needed, because its vaccine’s effectiveness declines after six months.
President Joe Biden is expected to announce new vaccination guidelines for federal workers today.
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The Biden administration announced Thursday it will allow a nationwide ban on evictions to expire Saturday, arguing that its hands are tied after the Supreme Court signaled it would only be extended until the end of the month.
Senators signal progress on infrastructure deal, as the president works on a a plan to create more jobs
After weeks of negotiating and stalled talks, Senators signal they have an agreement on an infrastructure plan. The announcement comes as President Biden revises a plan he hopes will create more American jobs.
After every Republican voted against starting debate on a bipartisan infrastructure deal, Democrats have continued negotiating that proposal. President Biden says they’re still hopeful of being able to reach agreement on the details of their infrastructure plan soon.
President Joe Biden is looking ahead to Monday, when he expects lawmakers to come to an agreement on an infrastructure deal. Wednesday, the Senate took up a test vote on the bill to start debate, but Senate Republicans voted against it.
More than 2 million people have signed up for subsidized health insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act since President Joe Biden reopened health insurance markets as part of his pandemic response plan.
President Joe Biden is making the case for his infrastructure plan. Biden is heading to Capitol Hill for the Senate Democratic lunch.
The first payments of President Joe Biden’s child tax credits are due to start rolling out this week. Households will receive up to $3,600 for each child up to six-years-old and $3,000 for every child ages 6-17.