Where President Biden’s economic plan appears to stand right now: From taxes to climate policy to Medicare to immigration

Posted on AllSides October 22nd, 2021
From The Left
Economic policy, Build Back Better, federal budget, budget reconciliation
Andrew Harnik/Associated Press

Even as negotiations over President Biden’s economic package continue, Democratic officials have started signaling which parts of the White House agenda could be cut from the legislation and which are likely to be approved.

Biden, for instance, said on Thursday night that his plan to create universal free community college had fallen out of the bill. The president acknowledged his new clean energy plan to incentivize utility firms to move away from fossil fuels is in danger of being jettisoned. By contrast, universal prekindergarten and a national child care program...

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