Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College For Americans, ‘Dreamers’

President Joe Biden Touted A Key Part Of His Education Initiative Monday, Pushing For Two Years Of Free Community College Nationwide, But Some Critics Question The Long-term Efficacy Of His Plan.

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Biden Lays Out Aggressive Climate Agenda At World Summit

Biden Hosted A Virtual Climate Summit With Dozens Of World Leaders Thursday, The Same Day The White House Released A Set Of Aggressive Climate Goals. Critics Say The Plan Could Jeopardize The Economy At A Time It Is Recovering From Record-breaking Unemployment.

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Biden’s $1.5 Trillion Budget Only Includes A 1.7% Increase For National Defense

President Joe Biden Released Top-level Numbers For His Proposed 2022 Budget Friday. The $1.5 Trillion Plan Includes Major Spending Increases For Domestic Projects While Keeping Defense Spending Essentially Steady With Inflation.

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Biden Pushes $2 Trillion Infrastructure Spending Plan

Biden Has Unveiled a $2 Trillion Infrastructure Spending Proposal Called The “Build Back Better” Plan Labeled A “Liberal Wish List” By Some, While Others Say Plan Does Not Have A High-Enough Dollar Amount.

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Voting Rights: Deep Philosophical Divide Underpins Policy Gulf

Republican Sen. Graham said, “They (Democrats) use the racism card to advance the liberalism agenda. H.R. 1 is sick, not what they’re doing in Georgia.”

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Biden Administration Eyes Three To Four Trillion Dollar Spending Plan

Critics Say The Increase In Spending Is Unsustainable. They Point Out That Deficit Spending Creates Tax Liability, Which Means Every Dollar Spent Over Budget Requires A Tax Increase On Americans In The Future.

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Lawmakers Opinions Differ On Latest Federal Stimulus Package

While The GOP And Some Economists Criticized The Scope And Price Tag Of The Rescue Package As The U.S. Vaccination Pace Has Picked Up, Democrats Said They Needed Decisive Action To Prevent A Sluggish Recovery And Future Economic Pain.

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Senate Narrowly Passes $1.9 Trillion Spending Package

After A Marathon Session That Lasted Through The Night, The U.S. Senate On Saturday Narrowly Passed A Massive $1.9 Trillion Relief Package That Critics Say Contains Hundreds Of Billions Of Dollars Of Wasteful Spending Unrelated To The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Ohio Valley Economists Weigh In On Biden’s Recovery Plan For Region

The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Continuing To Cripple The Economy In The Ohio Valley And President Joe Biden And Congressional Democrats Are Pursuing His Plan For Economic Recovery.

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House Committee Members Will Hear From Their Donors During GameStop Hearing

Billionaire Executives At The Center Of The Gamestop Stock Trading Controversy Will Testify Before The House Financial Services Committee Today, Thursday, February 12th, Where They’ll Be Sitting Across From Lawmakers Whose Campaigns Benefitted From Their Big-Dollar Contributions.

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