The White House cited the petition to increase access to education and child care in families to become a ‘once-generation’ system.
In commemoration of his 100 days in office, President Joe Biden will use his inaugural address to Congress to create a $ 1.8 trillion fund for children, families and education that could change the role that government plays in American life.
Biden filed a lawsuit Wednesday night ahead of a rally in front of a coronavirus-sponsored rally and at the U.S. Capitol he is still surrounded by a black wall following a January 6 bombardment of violent protesters seeking to change his decision.
The inclusion plan includes a $ 200bn grant for all three- and four-year-olds, $ 109bn to provide two years of free college, $ 225bn child care and $ 200bn to reduce medical expenses under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
In their statement, the White House called for the plan, along with Biden recently he wants to $ 2 trillion jobs and security laws, “one-generation money” in the future in the US
“Together, these ideas will rejuvenate the American economy and the American workforce, and will help us win China and other countries around the world,” the White House said.
The plan also creates a $ 1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan, a COVID-19 support package that became Biden’s first major decision as president, though it would require a special meeting to go to the U.S. Senate, where Democrats have 50 per cent seats.
Like the American Jobs Plan, Biden’s most recent ideas may be challenged by Republicans. However, it is in line with the promise to expand the campaign to make more – and cheaper – New Sales for American workers, whose risks were identified at the risk.
The latest proposals have been made as a result of the increasing number of jobs for Internal Revenue Services and the raising of taxes for the richest Americans, according to a statement from the White House.