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May 2, 2021

Senators Weigh Price, Policies of Biden’s $1.8 Trillion Education and Child Care Proposal

West Virginia MetroNews – West Virginia’s senators are assessing the price tag and policies of the “American Families Plan” introduced by President Joe Biden last week. Read the full article.

Biden introduced the $1.8 trillion education and social safety net plan in a joint address to Congress last week by saying, “we also need to make a once-in-a-generation investment in our families and our children.”

The proposal also calls for aiming hundreds of billions of dollars to fighting child poverty and ensuring affordable child care nationwide. It’s the latest in a series of major proposals from the administration, including one to provide economic relief from the coronavirus pandemic and another to bolster the nation’s infrastructure while also fighting climate change.

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